Bridgette is an associate in the firm’s Global Commercial Disputes Group. Her practice currently involves a wide range of complex litigation matters, including contractual disputes, financial services litigation, torts litigation and injunctive relief.
Bridgette has experience participating in various phases of pre-trial practice including drafting pleadings, discovery requests and responses, and dispositive motions. In addition, she maintains a strong commitment to providing pro bono legal services, including assisting the firm’s Tangled Title team which helps low-income Philadelphia homeowners gain clear title to their homes.
Prior to joining the firm, Bridgette gained valuable experience during law school with Pennsylvania’s federal and state courts, having interned for Philadelphia’s District Attorney’s Office, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania’s Federal Defender’s Office, and the Honorable Mia Roberts-Perez of Philadelphia County’s Court of Common Pleas – Criminal Division. Bridgette earned her J.D. from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where she was a member of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team.
Before law school, Bridgette worked as a mechanical engineer for the U.S. Navy, a project manager for Comcast, and a software consultant for Manhattan Associates, a company specializing in logistics software.