“Britta Momanyi is a 1L from Bloomington, Minnesota. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance from the University of Minnesota in 2017. After graduation, Britta interned in the Investigations and Resolutions Division of the Equal Opportunity Department of the Metropolitan Council in Minneapolis where she assisted on a number of equal opportunity investigations. A few months later, Britta was deployed with the 34th Infantry Division of the Minnesota Army National Guard as an administrative paralegal in the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate. While there, she assisted in sexual harassment investigation training and processing of administrative investigations.
Since returning to the States in July and beginning her law school career at Duke, Britta has become involved in the Black Law Students Association, the Women of Color Collective, the Women Law Students Association, the Veteran’s Assistance Pro-Bono Project, and the Public Interest Law Foundation. Additionally, she is currently serving on the Student Misconduct Committee and as the 1L Representative for the First Generation Professionals student group. In her free time, Britta enjoys woodworking, traveling, cooking, lifting weights, and listening to podcasts.”