Michael Brown


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  • Overview
  • Education
  • Involvement
  • In-Depth
  • Overview

    Chattanooga native, Michael Brown, joins the firm as an associate in the corporate department. His practice areas include mergers and acquisitions, estate planning, transportation law and emerging business/general counsel services.

    Michael comes to the firm with an educational background in transportation law. He graduated from law school with a certificate of specialization in Admiralty/ Maritime Law, an award from the American Bar Association for the best paper in Aviation/Space law, and an externship with the U.S. Coast Guard’s JAG corps.

    When not working, Michael enjoys riding his bike with his family on the Riverpark, American history, aviation, and cheering on his Atlanta Braves.

  • Education

    • Tulane University School of Law, cum laude, 2023

                - Admiralty Law Certificate

                - Christian Legal Society, President

                - American Bar Association Writing Award, Air and Space Law Division, 2021

                - The Sports Lawyers Journal, member

    • Texas Christian University, cum laude, 2020

                - B.B.A. majors: Entrepreneurial Management and Communication Studies

                - “The Flying Frogs”- TCU Flying Club, Founder and President

                - TCU Rangers, spirit organization

    • McCallie School, cum laude, 2016

                - Campbell Award


  • Involvement

    Bar Admissions
    • Tennessee
    • American Bar Association, Trust & Estates and Transportation Sections
    • Chattanooga Bar Association
    • Tennessee Bar Association
    • Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge- Tri-State Chapter
    • Experimental Aircraft Association- Collegedale Airport, Chapter 150
    • Seaplane Pilots Association

Did You Know

Michael got his pilot’s license in high school and flies seaplanes on the Tennessee River.

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