Brantley Webb is a Litigation & Dispute Resolution associate and member of the firm’s Supreme Court & Appellate practice in the Washington DC office. Her practice focuses on complex litigation and spans a range of substantive areas, including class actions, administrative law, and the federal securities laws. Her work encompasses all phases of litigation, including motions practice, e-discovery, taking and defending depositions, and trial. She has first chaired a full-length evidentiary hearing involving federal constitutional claims of ineffective assistance of counsel. Her trial experience includes second chairing a complex international arbitration involving breach of contract claims.
In her appellate practice, she regularly represents clients and briefs cases in the federal courts of appeals and the US Supreme Court. She has argued appeals in the Fourth, Seventh, and DC Circuits.
Brantley graduated from Yale Law School, where she served as an Articles Editor of the Yale Law Journal. She earned her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Dartmouth College, where she was also awarded a Senior Fellowship with High Honors. Before joining Mayer Brown, she clerked for the Honorable Sandra L. Lynch, US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Her publications have appeared in the George Mason Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, and Law360.