Britt is the fellow in the Law and Mobility Program, and serves as managing editor of  the Journal of Law and Mobility. 

Her current work focuses on the relationship between law and transportation technology, with special emphasis on how we can regulate transportation technologies to combat human trafficking and slavery. She is most interested in understanding how exploitation has historically existed in the production and use of different modes of transportation, and is excited about the opportunity we may have to regulate emerging transportation technologies in a way that is more ethical and equitable than ever before. Britt is licensed to practice law in Washington, DC.

Britt is originally from central Maine. When she is not working, Britt is a marathon runner and spends time with her motley crew of senior rescue dogs.