Christopher Brown followed in his grandfather and father’s footsteps as a third generation principal of BB&B. He graduated from Duke University with a degree in philosophy and history, excelling in the classroom and on the football field as running back for Duke's 1989 ACC Championship football team. Mr. Brown graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1995 and joined the firm in 1997 after a judicial clerkship in the D.C. Superior Court. He immediately made an impact litigating insurance defense cases and to date has tried over 75 jury trials in the DC and Virginia State and Federal Courts.
Mr. Brown has experience handling matters involving government leaders, top government officials, and local administrative bodies. He is widely-known and widely-cited in briefs across the country for his 2003 record-setting $5.2 million verdict in the case of White v. BFI, an employment discrimination case in the Eastern District of Virginia - a reputedly difficult jurisdiction for discrimination claimants. A seasoned litigator, Mr. Brown consistently proves that a small firm with the right talent can truly "level the playing field."
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