Brittany Dodds

Brittany is a recently qualified lawyer and has had exposure to various facets of law in an employment and litigation capacity.  Working in various jurisdictions including American, England and Australia has exposed her to a multitude of different legal statutes, common law and the application thereof allowing her to have extensive cross-border experience early in her career.   

Brittany’s legal interest also spans outside the commercial area of law, working alongside assailable women and children who have been victims of sexual and physical abuse throughout their court process as well as the legal application in forensic sciences and medicine in court.  

Key Experience  

Her practice experience includes high-profile international litigation matters including general commercial and employment-related disputes, arbitrations, mediations and adjudications, drafting letters of demand, summons and affidavits and drafting affidavits for clients for the State Capture Commission in South Africa.  


The Law Society 

Legal Practice Council South Africa 

Articles & Publications  

Published litigious articles in BusinessDay, The Sunday Times and Without Prejudice 

Should I Stay or Should I Go… to Arbitration Proceedings?  

South Africa Cybercrime post COVID-19 – Authorized payment fraud 

Africa Must Protect their Animals: Policy Makers Should Address the Damaging Loopholes in Protecting their Animals