Brianna Davis serves as a Dorot Fellow on the Federal Courts team at Alliance for Justice. In this role, Brianna works to support the nomination and confirmation of highly qualified, fair-minded, and diverse individuals to the federal bench.
Brianna graduated from Florida A&M University-College of Law School in May 2023, and earned her B.A. in Administration of Justice from Howard University in 2017. While in law school, Brianna served as a legal clinic intern for the Guardian Ad Litem Clinic, where she provided legal advocacy on behalf of children in out-of-home and foster care to ensure that their best interests were effectively represented in the dependency and problem-solving courts system.
Prior to joining AFJ, Brianna also previously interned with both the American Civil Liberties Union working on their Voting Rights Project, and in house for the nonprofit organization Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, in which she worked on issuing grants to underserved or low-attention areas and causes, specifically favoring community-based, on-the-ground programs rather than policy initiatives or endowments.