Brittany R. Torbert

Brittany Torbert is an associate at Callahan, Thompson, Sherman and Caudill’s Orange County office. Ms. Torbert focuses her practice on various civil litigation matters, such as employment, business, insurance, and general liability. In labor and employment disputes, Ms. Torbert has advocated on claims of discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment, unfair business practices, and various wage and hour issues.  Brittany Torbert's perseverance and determination promotes the overcoming of obstacles and challenges, both in law and life.  Brittany Torbert brings her values and outlook on life to her practice to ensure individuals and businesses have a positive environment and lawyer they can trust.  Brittany is committed to being an attentive and supportive counselor, and bringing creative and effective problem solving strategies to legal disputes. She values high ethical standards and cost-efficiency. She is dedicated to helping individuals and businesses achieve their goals and relieving the stress that often comes with making those goals a reality. Her background in science and passion for social justice has led her to be a logical and zealous problem solver. She earned her Juris Doctorate with a concentration in health law. She was a full scholarship recipient and received the American Jurisprudence Award/Academic Excellence Award multiple times for earning high marks during law school. She served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Battaglia at the federal court in San Diego, participated in Law Review, and was published in the San Diego Lawyer Magazine and Western Legal History Journal. Ms. Torbert practiced as a solo practitioner after passing the bar, before joining the team at CTSC.

J.D., California Western School of Law, San Diego

B.A., University of California, Irvine

 State Bar of California

Judge Carter; San Diego Lawyer Magazine (Aug, 2016)

The Creation of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, Western Legal History (2016)

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Why the FDA Should Require Drug Companies to Include Pharmacogenomic Data in the Age of Personalized Medicine

Judicial Extern for the Honorable Judge Battaglia, United States District Court for the Southern District of California (2014-2015)

Editor for Law Review & International Law Journal

Pro Bono Honor’s Society Award (2015)

Academic Excellence Award in Products Liability (2015)

California Innocence Project, Exonerate Member (2014)

California Western Admissions Full Academic Scholarship Recipient (2013)

Academic Excellence Award in Legal Writing (2013)