Christopher L. Brown, Principal

CHRISTOPHER L. BROWN focuses his practice on municipal law, labor law, employment law, and general civil litigation. His legal experience includes construction litigation representing owners, contractors and design professionals, collective bargaining under Chapter 150E and Chapter 32B, labor grievance and interest arbitrations, civil service bypass appeals, eminent domain defense, environmental litigation, insurance defense and coverage issues, and a wide range of other municipal matters, including procurement, public records and conflict of interest issues.

Mr. Brown earned bachelor’s degrees in both History and Political Science (high honors) from the Illinois Institute of Technology. Following his undergraduate studies, Mr. Brown served as a field artillery officer in the United States Army, deploying to Kosovo while serving on active duty in Germany. He is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law, where he was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for the Legal Practice and Constitutional Law courses. Mr. Brown also worked as a judicial intern in the Massachusetts Superior Court while in law school.

Mr. Brown is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association, and has presented before both organizations on insurance, public construction and labor issues. Mr. Brown is a 2014 graduate of the Leadership Academy of Leadership MetroWest, and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham.

For seven straight years (2009-2015), Mr. Brown was recognized as a Rising Star by New England Super Lawyers magazine, and received his first selection to the Super Lawyers list in 2017. He was also honored by the International Municipal Lawyers Association as a 2016 recipient of IMLA’s Amicus Service Award for his pro bono amicus brief work on behalf of IMLA and other local government interests.

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