Brittany K. Coss
Brittany is building the scope of her practice areas to include real estate law, zoning and land use law, title litigation, business litigation and general civil litigation. She enjoys developing strong relationships with clients to better understand their needs. Brittany has an extensive background in helping clients access legal solutions by actively listening, understanding, and assessing their issues, and helping to demystify the legal process and guide them toward their goals.
Brittany is a life-long Knoxville native who grew up in the real estate business. Before law school, she worked as a paralegal to corporate counsel for a national insurance underwriter. Brittany then received her undergraduate degree in 2014, and subsequently attended the University of Tennessee College of Law on the John W. Green Scholars full-tuition scholarship. She served as a Research Editor on the Tennessee Law Review, a Teaching Assistant in Transactional Law, was a recipient of Daniel H. Testerman Memorial Real Estate Scholarship in 2017 and received her Juris Doctor degree in 2018.
While in law school, Brittany worked for Senior United States District Judge Kenneth M. Hoyt of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, in Houston, and with Circuit Court Judge Deborah C. Stevens in Knoxville. Brittany joined Frantz, McConnell & Seymour, LLP as a Law Clerk for a year-and-a-half before becoming an associate attorney in 2018.
Brittany is a member of ETLAW – East Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women. She is also a member of the Knoxville and Tennessee Bar Associations.
Outside of the office, Brittany is an avid long-distance runner and a member of the Knoxville Track Club, an oil painter, and a game master for a local tabletop RPG group. Brittany and her husband, a mechanical engineer in tooling and machine design, enjoy traveling abroad together and backcountry camping.
- B.A. University of Tennessee, 2014
- J.D. University of Tennessee, 2018