Brianna J. Meyer joined Crivello, Nichols & Hall, S.C. in 2022. Brianna graduated from Marquette University Law School in 2017 and earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. After her first year in law school, Brianna earned a fellowship through the Public Interest Law Society and worked with the Federal Defender Services of Wisconsin in their Milwaukee office. During law school, Brianna held a leadership position within the Public Interest Law Society and participated in the National Advocacy Moot Court Competition. In 2017, Brianna was awarded the Outstanding Public Interest Law Student Award by the State Bar of Wisconsin. In 2018, Brianna was selected as the "Newaukeean of the Week”, you can read the article here. Brianna recently finished her term as President of the Milwaukee Young Lawyers’ Association, is a mock trial coach for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and volunteers with Divine Savior Holy Angel’s Summer Cool mock trial camp. Brianna was recognized in 2021 as a “Best Lawyer-Ones to Watch”.
Although Brianna is in private practice, she continues her involvement in public interest law through volunteering and assisting with pro bono work. Bri’s practice is a diverse mix of litigation, including civil, municipal, criminal, Title IX, and other school disciplinary matters. Her passion is to not just meet her clients' needs, but to consistently exceed their expectations. Her optimistic and down to earth attitude resonates well with clients.
Mock Trial Coach for the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Volunteer, Milwaukee Justice Center
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Western District of Wisconsin
Marquette University Law School, J.D., 2017
University of Minnesota, B.A. 2014
State Bar of Wisconsin, Member
Milwaukee Bar Association, Member
Past President of the Milwaukee Young Lawyer’s Association Board of Directors
Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association, Member