Darya (Dasha) Bril
Darya (Dasha) Bril moved to Montana in September 2016 from New York City, where she had been practicing law since 2013. Until joining Goodrich & Reely in 2019, Dasha worked as a contract attorney for firms on matters in New York.
Dasha holds a B.A. in English and Journalism from New York University, and a J.D., cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School. Dasha was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2013 and admitted to the Montana State Bar in 2019.
During law school, Dasha served as Notes and Comments Editor of the Journal of Law & Policy and a teaching assistant in Constitutional Law.
Following graduation, Dasha joined the New York firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan as a litigation associate, where she worked on a wide range of civil litigation, including financial services, healthcare, antitrust, government investigations, and constitutional matters, including co-writing an amicus curiae brief for the U.S. Supreme Court in the 2014 Hobby Lobby reproductive rights case. Following her time at Stroock, Dasha has maintained an active contract attorney litigation practice in New York, including environmental claims and Foreign Corrupt Practices investigations, among others, before recently joining Goodrich & Reely PLLC. Dasha is also an advocate for mental health law and policy and is actively involved with the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
Dasha was born in Minsk, Belarus and is fluent in Russian. She also teaches yoga and writes short fiction. Dasha lives in Bozeman Montana but works out of the Billings office of Goodrich & Reely PLLC.