Bridgette Woodford is a law clerk at Tully Rinckey, PLLC’s Buffalo office. Bridgette graduated cum laude from Penn State Law in 2023. In law school, she served as the external communications editor for the Arbitration Law Review. Here, she planned the journal’s annual symposium, which focused on the impact international law in war zones has on arbitration. Bridgette developed her passion for the federal employment practice area when she worked in her law school’s Civil Rights Appellate Clinic. Here she had the opportunity to help develop a petition for certiorari with the Supreme Court of the United States on a USERRA issue. Bridgette has helped draft an amicus brief for the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Groff v. Dejoy. She was the president of the Human Rights Society at her law school, where she promoted education and discussion on domestic and international humanitarian issues. In Bridgette’s free time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family and watching Penn State Nittany Lions’ football.
NOT ADMITTED TO THE BAR OF ANY STATE. ABLE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT AS A LAW CLERK AND NOT AS AN ATTORNEY.