Brittany Michaud works in the Business and Commercial Services Practice Group on a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions. Brittany represents large and small businesses, investors, lenders, and borrowers in various business matters, including entity formation, corporate governance, corporate finance, contract drafting and negotiation, mergers and acquisitions, sales, and private placements. Brittany also advises Tribal Nations in a broad spectrum of general business, corporate governance, and economic development matters, as well as in business acquisitions. Brittany applies analytical skills, practicality, and business know-how to help her clients successfully navigate transactions and resolve difficult legal problems that may arise.
While in law school, Brittany served as the Technical Editor of the Maine Law Review and worked as a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, assisting low-income Mainers. She also completed an internship with the Office of the Federal Public Defender for the U.S. District of Maine. Prior to law school, Brittany worked for one of Maine’s longest-serving U.S. Senators in Washington, D.C.
Committed to civic engagement, Brittany serves on several boards and committees in her community, including as a member of the City of Saco Long-Range Planning Committee and on the Board of Directors of a non-profit organization in Portland.
University of Maine School of Law, J.D., cum laude
University of Southern Maine, B.A. Political Science, magna cum laude
Board of Directors
City of Saco Long-Range Planning Committee