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Britta Stanton

Britta Stanton joined LPHS as a partner in 2022. An experienced trial lawyer with an outstanding track record, Britta has tried many cases in state and federal courts across the country. Because of her reputation as a strong trial-ready lawyer, her opposition knows she is not afraid to go to trial, meaning her clients have an edge in settlement negotiations. Her clients call her their “go-to lawyer” for solving problems in business.

On top of her extensive trial experience, Britta is also a skillful visual communicator. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Texas and spent time honing her trial lawyer skills serving as a trial consultant, assisting lawyers at AmLaw firms with trial presentation and jury selection.

Britta believes courtroom success is achieved when an attorney takes the time to listen and master the facts of each case. Because of this, her clients and their employees trust her, allowing her to learn the "story" of each case. She pieces this story together through the discovery process and uses that narrative to connect with the jury.

Britta is an active member of First United Methodist Church in downtown Dallas. She has served in the Patrick E. Higginbotham American Inn of Court and as chair for the Advisory Committee for the Northern District of Texas courts. She is married and has four children.

  • Baylor Law School, J.D., magna cum laude
  • University of Texas at Austin, B.S.
  • State Bar of Texas
  • All Federal Courts in Texas
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • The ERCOT Grid Failure: What Happened, Where Are We Now, and What’s Next 36th Annual Review of Oil and Gas Law, Dallas Bar
  • Association Energy Law Section, August 2021
  • Using Videotaped Depositions at Trial Dallas Bar Association, March 22, 2017
  • Ethical Issues that Arise at Trial Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, September 2016
  • Impeachment in Five Simple Steps Dallas Bar Association, March 22, 2016
  • Voir Dire: Recognizing the Social Leaders during Jury Deselection Dallas Bar Association, March 1, 2015
  • Demonstrative Evidence lecture Dallas Bar Association, Fall 2014
  • Masks Hide More Than Faces During Trial, co-author with Clint Townson, Ph.D., Article, DBA Headnotes, January 2021
  • Designing Winning Strategy: The Value of Discovery-Phase Jury Research, co-author with Carolyn Spencer-Mork, jury consultant, The National Law Review, January 19, 2021
  • Insurance Is for Times of Crisis: Jurors’ Views on Insurance and Policy Interpretation During the COVID-19 Pandemic, IMS | TFP COVID-19 Research Insights, October 19, 2020
  • Foreseeability: What Constitutes Preparedness in the Face of COVID-19? co-author with Chris Ritter and Clint Townson, Ph.D., The National Law Review, August 30, 2020
  • The Letter of the Law Amid COVID-19: Has the Pandemic Changed the Way Juries Use Logic and Checklists to Make Decisions? IMS | TFP COVID-19 Research Insights, August 27, 2020
  • Seven Principles Attorneys Should Follow to Persuade Juries, IMS | TFP Insights, May 6, 2020
  • On COVID Time: Why Timelines Are More Important Than Ever, co-author with Clint Townson, Ph.D., The National Law Review, August 28, 2020
  • Leveraging Graphics and the Tools of Persuasion at Trial and in Remote Settings, IMS Insights Podcast, June 9, 2020
  • Impeachment in Five Simple Steps, DBA Headnotes, March 2014