Briana Iannacci, Esq.
Becoming an attorney was Briana’s goal since she was a child. In fifth grade, when asked by her teacher to write down her future career, Briana wrote “lawyer.” Her focus throughout her education was to fulfill her childhood dream.
Briana attended college at the University of Scranton where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and minored in Psychology. During Briana’s time in college, she found her passion for family law after going on a mission trip to El Salvador in 2014, where she volunteered at an orphanage and witnessed firsthand the impact that domestic strife has on young children and families.
Briana graduated Magna Cum Laude from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 2018. While attending law school, Briana was a member of the Touro Law Review. While on law review, Briana became a published writer with her thesis paper, “Why New York Should Legalize Surrogacy: A Comparison of Surrogacy Legislation in Other States with Current Proposed Surrogacy Legislation in New York,” 34 Touro L. Rev. 1239.
During her time in law school, Briana worked on perfecting her legal research and writing skills and expanding her passion for family and matrimonial law by externing with a Justice of the Suffolk County Supreme Court and interning with Suffolk County Legal Aid Society: Children’s Law Bureau and other matrimonial and family law firms across Nassau and Suffolk County. Briana’s experiences and passion for helping people provide her with the necessary tools to effectively advocate for our clients.
On a personal level, Briana was born and raised in Suffolk County, Long Island. Briana is engaged to her high school sweetheart and looks forward to getting married in 2022. In her free time, Briana enjoys spending time with her family and friends.