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Tiffany Davis-Brantley

Special Counsel
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My top priority is working with stakeholders to identify possible solutions to seemingly complex obstacles. I bring my experience, understanding, and enthusiasm to crafting concise and accessible advice when helping our clients resolve legal challenges within their entities and workplaces. Quotation mark
Tiffany Davis-Brantley
Tiffany Davis-Brantley

About Tiffany

Tiffany Davis-Brantley is a member of the firm’s education and employment law & labor relations teams. She represents public and private educational institutions and other employers in a variety of legal areas, including regulatory compliance and labor and employment law. Tiffany provides day-to-day advice and counsel and represents our clients in adversarial proceedings in front of state and federal agencies and in court. Having worked in-house, Tiffany brings a wealth of experience related to investigations, resolving high-profile disputes, negotiating a broad range of contracts, and advising clients on accreditation, insurance, and complex labor and employment and collective bargaining issues. Additionally, she conducts internal investigations and supports clients managing crisis situations.

Clients benefit from Tiffany’s ability to assess and mitigate risks, and her ability to pivot to address emerging situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. She has proven to be highly adept at working with numerous stakeholders to reach client objectives in a manner consistent with their mission.

Before joining Miller Nash, Tiffany served as General Counsel, Chief Equity Officer, and Title IX Coordinator at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle where she provided day-to-day and business-focused legal support and strategy to the Executive Board and department leadership. She also has experience serving as an Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion and Deputy Title IX Officer advising a university on diversity, equity, and inclusion, including Titles VI, VII, IX, Clery Act, and ADA issues.



  • J.D., Cornell Law School, 2013
  • B.A., Columbia University, 2008

Bar Admissions

  • Washington, 2020
  • New York, 2014

Insights from Tiffany

  • “Full Steam Ahead: Keeping the Track Clear in Today’s Divided Workplace,” Miller Nash, Employment Law
    Seminar (Oct. 2022)