As an intern and later a law clerk for Justice Jeff Brown of the Texas Supreme Court, Brytne Kitchin reviewed petitions and briefings on the merits in contractual, oil and gas, tort, and other civil cases, and made recommendations to the Court on how to proceed with each case. Brytne also worked on administrative law matters during her clerkship for Justice Brown.  Her experience in legal research and brief writing assisted her with drafting opinions and study memos for the Court. During her other clerkships, Brytne met with clients and composed petitions, motions, discovery, and research memoranda. 

Brytne also received the Achievement Award for the "Highest Achievement in the Study of Oil and Gas" from the University of Texas School of Law and a scholarship from the State Bar of Texas Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law.

  • Speaker, Drones in the Courtroom, TJCA Education and Technology Conference, Texas Justice Courts Association, Austin, Texas
    July 19, 2017

  • Co-Author, Pleas to the Jurisdiction: A Trial Court’s Duty to Rule, 28th Annual Administrative Law Course, State Bar of Texas (2016)

  • The Appellate Advocate, State Bar of Texas – Appellate Section (Associate Editor)
  • Texas Law Student-Alumni Mentoring Program
  • Travis County Women Lawyers Association
  • City of Austin Environmental Commission (Appointee)
  • Austin Bar Association
  • Austin Young Lawyers Association
  • Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Austin