Drew Brown, Attorney
Drew Brown founded this law firm in 2006. He is a tireless advocate for his clients. At age 38, he is already an experienced trial lawyer who has appeared on behalf of clients in contested hearings in 50 different North Carolina courthouses, spanning ‘from Murphy to Manteo.’ In an era where cases often settle before litigation or at mediation, Drew Brown has repeatedly taken personal injury and business disputes to trial. Brown has tried a case to a verdict over twenty-five times since 2008—a run which includes jury trials in 12 different North Carolina counties. Because of his significant trial experience, Brown is regularly hired by other attorneys both in and out of North Carolina as a consultant for their own jury trials. Even at this early stage of his career, Brown has already handled hundreds of civil matters for a diverse range of matters ranging from business litigation, personal injury and property disputes to family law matters such as divorce and custody. His clients have spanned from well known entities like Verizon Wireless, SunTrust Bank, and the Atlantic Coast Conference to regular North Carolinians who have been injured by the negligence of others. His trial skills across North Carolina have also been recognized by his peers. Business North Carolina magazine sends a fill in the blank “Legal Elite” ballot annually to each of the over 20,000 members of the North Carolina State Bar. Brown is the youngest attorney to be voted into the “Litigation” category of “Legal Elite” each of the last four years. Prior to forming this law firm in 2006, Brown worked for Smith Moore LLP and Kilpatrick Stockton LLP, two of North Carolina’s largest law firms. His experience on both sides of the aisle make him the ideal choice as the strong advocate you need to represent your interests. He was an Eagle Scout, Valedictorian of his high school class, and graduated with honors from Wake Forest University and then Duke University School of Law. He is licensed to practice in both North Carolina and Missouri. He is active in both the North Carolina and American Advocates for Justice.
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