REP. PHILLIP BRITT
91st General Assembly
Phillip Britt, a Democrat, represents parts of Dunklin, New Madrid, Butler and
Stoddard counties (District 163) in the Missouri House.
addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Britt practices law as an associate at
Dalton, Treasure and Mowrer, Attorneys at Law in Kennett.� From 1995 to1998 he served as assistant
prosecuting attorney for Dunklin County, and from 1997 to 1998 as assistant
prosecuting attorney for Pemiscot County.�
During the years of 1997 and 1998 he served as municipal judge for the
cities of Senath and Clarkton.
is a member of the Kennett Chamber of Commerce and The Missouri Bar
Association, the American Bar Association, and is a member of the board of
directors for the Bootheel Youth Museum.�
Rep. Britt and his family attend the First Christian Church of Kennett,
1988 graduate of Clarkton High School, Rep. Britt received a bachelor of
science degree in political science from Southeast Missouri State University in
1992 and a law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia Law School in
June 25, 1970, in Kennett, Rep. Britt currently resides in Kennett with his
wife, Bethany.� They have two children,
Jackson and Dawson.