Brianna Mattiucci is an Associate at Slater Slater Schulman and a dedicated advocate for survivors of trauma. Committed to helping clients find their voice on the path to justice, Brianna frequently handles cases associated with the Child Victim’s Act and the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy litigation.
Brianna’s priority in every case is to provide a supportive environment that enables her clients to tell their story. Reliving trauma, while exposing an abuser, is one of the most traumatic experiences a survivor of sexual abuse and assault can endure. Knowing the vital role an attorney plays in this process, Brianna strives to make her clients comfortable while instilling confidence in her abilities to adequately represent their rights.
Passionate about empowering survivors of trauma, Brianna focused her legal studies on cases pertaining to juveniles, gender, and sexual crimes and assault. She completed her clinic at the Children’s Law Center in Brooklyn, where she worked cases involving abuse, neglect, and custody arrangements as an intern Attorney for the Child. Additionally, Brianna completed an internship at The Safe Center Long Island, handing matrimonial and custody cases for survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking.
Brianna primarily works with survivors through the firm’s Child Sex Abuse Department, specifically minors and those who have endured unspeakable accounts of childhood sexual abuse. Her career focus is to not only support survivors of sexual crimes but to inspire significant change in the justice system in regard to supporting these deserving individuals. Brianna also possesses experience in private practice and litigation pertaining to labor and employment cases.
Brianna graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s in English and a Minor in Communications and Rhetoric from The State University of Albany in 2017. She studied at Vermont Law School for one year before graduating with her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School in 2020. Brianna proudly joined the Slater Slater Schulman team in July 2020.