Brittany Ranson Stonestreet, Esq., is family law attorney in private practice in Charleston, West Virginia. She graduated from West Virginia University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism: Public Relations and minors in Political Science and Business Administration. During undergraduate, she was actively involved as a member of Delta Gamma (alpha xi chapter).
Brittany attended law school at the West Virginia University College of Law. While in law school, Brittany was active in student government and served as the President of the Class of 2010. Brittany earned numerous awards, including a CALI excellence for the Future Award in legal research and writing, and a leadership award from the Women’s Law Caucus. She also participated in the legal study abroad program in Brazil. Brittany was a member of several trial advocacy organizations, including the Moot court Board and the Marlyn E. Lugar Trial Association. She was a finalist in the Lugar Trial Competition and was selected as a member of the Steptoe and Johnson Employment Law Trial Team who competed in Washington, D.C. Brittany also traveled to New York for the National Jerome Prince Moot court Evidence Competition, presided over by U.S. Supreme court Justice Samuel Alito. Brittany graduated from the WVU College of Law in 2010 and was selected as a member of the prestigious Order of the Barristers.
Prior to joining her current firm, she worked at the West Virginia Legislature, the Office of the Governor’s General Counsel, and the West Virginia Public Defender’s Office. Brittany was admitted to practice in the State of West Virginia in October 2010.
Brittany is currently practicing primarily in the area of family law at Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC in Charleston, West Virginia. She is active in her state and county family law bar. She has spoken at several continuing legal education seminars on the use of technology in the law firm, family law case updates, and the effect of same-sex marriage on family law practitioners.
She is the editor of The Family Times a state-wide family law e-newsletter. She is the webmaster and creator of a website for family law practitioners and judges, In December 2011, Brittany was given an award from the Eleventh family court Circuit in appreciation for her outstanding service. She has served as Vice Chair of the child support committee for the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association in 2013-2014 and serves as the Chair of the committee in 2015.
If you would like to contact Brittany, please see the information below:
Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLCC
1528 Kanawha Blvd. E.,
Charleston, WV 25311
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