Brittany White – Principal

Brittany has almost twenty years of experience in the legal industry and brings strong advocacy skills and a love of criminal law to Fuller & White Solicitors.

She commenced her legal career at the Canberra Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) and later went on to work at the CDPP Sydney and Brisbane Offices. As a result of this, Brittany has worked in multiple Australian jurisdictions and has extensive knowledge of criminal practice and procedure in the Commonwealth, ACT, NSW and Queensland jurisdictions. After being admitted as a solicitor, Brittany worked as a criminal prosecutions lawyer for the Queensland State Government for four years.

Brittany moved into criminal defence in 2012 and has been working as a criminal defence lawyer ever since. With her criminal prosecutions knowledge and experience, Brittany has a unique insight into the inside operations of prosecuting authorities and how they consider, prepare and prosecute criminal offences. This enables her to better operate and strategise as a defence solicitor with Fuller & White Solicitors.

Brittany is experienced in dealing with matters in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Court jurisdictions and is experienced in representing clients in relation to a range of charges including homicide offences, drug matters, theft, fraud, robbery, break-and-enter and sexual and assault-related offences. Brittany also has expertise in relation to drink-driving and other traffic offences and has been named in the Doyles Guide for Leading Traffic and DUI Defence Lawyers for 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

Outside of work hours, Brittany also regularly volunteers for the Bayside Community Legal Centre, providing legal advice to underprivileged people who may not easily have access to private legal representation.

Brittany is also a member of the Queensland Law Society Criminal Law Committee and the Legal Aid Queensland Industry Reference Group. She also co-chairs the LGBTQIA+ criminal justice working group and the is a member of the Mental Health Advocacy Working Group through the Queensland Law Society.

If you are looking for expert representation then contact us today.

Brittany White

Brittany White