Brie is an associate attorney at Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson & Haluck, LLP, in the Irvine office. Since joining the firm, her practice has primarily involved representing developers and general contractors in construction defect matters. She also has extensive experience handling personal injury claims and contract disputes.
She is committed to achieving the best possible results for her clients at all stages of litigation. This is evidenced by her attention to detail, perseverance, and ability to creatively solve problems.
Brie was raised in Oxford, Michigan, and relocated to southern California in 2015 after graduating from the University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business. At the University of Michigan, she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration, with distinction, and a minor in Anthropology. After earning her undergraduate degree, she worked in business development at various technology companies where she learned the value of establishing strong professional relationships.
As a third-generation attorney, pursuing a law degree was a natural choice for Brie. She went to law school at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where she graduated cum laude ranked eighth in her class. While studying at Chapman, Brie was a Senior Articles Editor on the executive board of the Chapman Law Review. She also earned a Tax Law Emphasis and was recognized as a Tax Law Honors Scholar in 2021. Additionally, she was an Academic Fellow, teaching first-year law students the fundamentals of federal civil procedure. Professional ethics are extremely important to Brie as she also held a position on the Honor Council Committee while in law school.
Outside of work, Brie enjoys running, hunter/jumper horseback riding, and playing with her Australian Shepherd, Weston. She also frequently travels to Michigan, Texas, and New York to visit her family.