February 1, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 32

Kirstie Brenson

Kirstie is thoughtful, creative, and dedicated to exceeding client expectations. She has represented clients in litigation matters in both federal and state court, with a particular emphasis on complex commercial litigation and disputes involving closely held businesses and consumer claims. She advocates for her clients and strives to put her clients in the strongest position to achieve their business and litigation goals. Kirstie has experience with all stages of litigation — both in and out of court — and has assisted her clients in successful pre-trial settlement efforts.

During law school, Kirstie was a student attorney with the Exoneration Project, where she gained experience with fact investigation, oral advocacy, and complex research regarding novel legal arguments.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Kirstie Brenson


The National Law Review names ArentFox Schiff LLP a Go-To Thought Leader in the field of Election Law. In March of 2022, authors Adam Diederich and Kirstie Brenson authored the article “Big Lie Could Mean Big Trouble for Fox News in Defamation Case,” which discusses at length Smartmatic’s defamation lawsuit against Fox News for its coverage of Donald Trump’s “Big Lie.” The article gained significant traction for its timeliness and thorough coverage, and is but one example of the firm’s outstanding thought leadership.