“To me, the definition of being a good attorney is not just knowing the laws and applying them to a particular set of facts. It also means being empathetic to your clients’ needs and making them feel as comfortable as possible throughout the difficult process they are enduring. I enjoy practicing family law because I feel I can genuinely help people through some of the most difficult times of their life.”
Education & Bar Admissions
- Bachelor of Arts, Political Science/Criminal Justice – Bloomsburg University, 2004-2008
- Juris Doctor, Law (magna cum laude) – Widener University School of Law, 2009-2012
- Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar, 2015; Pennsylvania Bar, 2013 (inactive)
- Colorado State Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
Brianne Henninger is a family law attorney at Robinson and Henry. Her passion for family law began while attending Widener University School of Law where she represented indigent clients and interned as a law clerk. Brianne has worked as a judicial clerk for the president judge of the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas and as an attorney at law firms in Colorado and Pennsylvania. In those positions, she represented clients in family law matters, including divorce, child and spousal support, allocation of parental responsibilities, guardianships, paternity and adoptions.
Brianne has a strong desire to help people and mediate difficult situations. A child of divorce, she understands the impact it can have on a family both legally and emotionally. Brianne strives to mediate and settle cases when that is the best for every party involved, but she is not afraid to litigate when necessary. She understands that each case is different, and every client has individual needs that will direct her legal approach in each case.
When Brianne is not working on behalf of her clients, she likes to travel, cook and eat a variety of cuisines, hike and camp throughout the Rocky Mountains, and spend time with her family and cats.