Bree Brydenthal is an associate in the Phoenix office of Manning & Kass. Bree's litigation practice is primarily structured around defending claims of professional and employment liability and general personal injury.
Bree is originally from Southern California and moved to the Phoenix area for law school in the summer of 2016. While in law school, Bree participated in six different internships, including clerking for Judge Moran at the Coconino Superior Court. Bree was also chosen as an intern for the Diversity Legal Writing Program; during this internship, she assisted in the drafting of a Ninth Circuit Brief that resulted in a successful ruling for the client.
Bree was selected to participate in the Public Defender Clinic. As a certified Rule 38(d) student, she interviewed clients, advocated on clients’ behalf in the courtroom, and participated in a jury trial. Bree also clerked at the Federal Public Defenders, Habeas Corpus Unit.
Bree's colorful background enables her to identify issues and provide thoughtful communication that effectively solves complex problems.
- Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, ASU, Juris Doctor
- University of California, Santa Barbara, Bachelor of Arts