Britt Karp brings her experience representing both individual plaintiffs and corporate defendants to her passion for justice for working men and women. Britt focuses her practice in the areas of employment discrimination, harassment, whistleblower retaliation, and wrongful termination. She also represents people who have been denied wages, breaks, medical leave, or safe working environments.
Britt has settled numerous cases at mediation and first-chaired four cases at trial. Prior to joining Alexander Krakow + Glick LLP, Britt worked for the Ellis Law Corporation representing injured individuals, for Selman Breitman LLP where she handled insurance coverage litigation, and for the Law Offices of Joseph Lovretovich — advocating for employees’ rights.
Britt is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA) and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) and is a graduate of CAALA’s Plaintiff Trial Academy.
Britt earned her J.D. from Southwestern Law School’s accelerated 2-year J.D. program in 2011. While in law school, Britt was part of the Moot Court Honors Program and won the best brief award at the National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition. Britt graduated cum laude from Occidental College in 2009, with a B.A. in sociology.
Britt has devoted her free time to public interest issues by volunteering with Neighborhood Legal Services’ Workers’ Rights Clinic, interning with the ACLU Jails Project, and serving as a mentor with the I Have A Dream Foundation.
Britt grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She enjoys playing softball, and she hikes with her yellow lab.