Attorney S. Everett Brown was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Howard University in Washington, DC where he majored in biology and minored in chemistry. During college, Mr. Brown worked as a research assistant at a Harvard University laboratory where he received training on the use and calibration of analytical testing instruments, including infrared gas analyzers and gas chromatographs. This experience has proven invaluable in the cross examination of expert witnesses, particularly regarding the chemical test of breath in DUI cases and the identification of various controlled dangerous substances in drug cases.
Mr. Brown earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Maryland Law School where he was a member of the Moot Court Board. Eager to continue sharpening his litigation and trial skills, Mr. Brown worked at a boutique personal injury law firm in Prince George's County, Maryland upon his graduation. There he exclusively represented individuals in workers' compensation and personal injury matters. During his tenure, Mr. Brown made over 150 appearances before the Workers' Compensation Commission in Maryland and the District of Columbia, and obtained lucrative settlements for personal injury clients.
Following his time at the firm, Mr. Brown accepted a position at the Office of the Public Defender in Baltimore County. Affectionately known by his colleagues as "Set 'Em Free," Mr. Brown relished the opportunity to provide quality defense representation to indigent citizens in Maryland.
In 2006, Mr. Brown opened the Law Offices of S. Everett Brown, LLC in Catonsville, Maryland. His goal was to create a less impersonal experience for the client. With so much on the line, he believes that every client deserves to receive a competent advocate who is both thorough and available. His office has handled more than 1,000 cases in courts throughout the State of Maryland. Mr. Brown remains an active member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Maryland Association for Justice and the Baltimore County Bar Association. In his spare time he enjoys cycling, playing the saxophone and sampling the cuisine of local restaurants.