Brynna Gang has a long history of advocating for people with disabilities. Prior to law school, she worked for an organization providing support for adults with developmental disabilities. While attending Chicago-Kent College of Law, Brynna interned with Equip for Equality, the protection and advocacy agency for people with disabilities in Illinois. She also participated in Chicago-Kent’s Health & Disability Law legal clinic where she worked on Social Security and vaccine injury matters.
Both before and after graduation, Brynna worked for firms practicing in Social Security and Long-Term Disability law, with a particular emphasis on federal court litigation and Appeals Council practice. At Nash, Brynna is an empathetic and staunch advocate for her clients at the administrative and federal court level.