Margaret Brown (“Maggie”) was born in Madison, Wisconsin, graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2009, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Brown worked at a large law firm (Foley & Lardner) and served as a project manager at a business advocacy organization in Madison, Wisconsin. She also served as assistant to the secretary of the Dane County Regional Transit Authority.
She graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law. During law school, she interned with Judge Debra Vogt of the Lane County Circuit Court. Additionally, she interned with a boutique Plaintiff’s firm in Tucson, Arizona. Ms. Brown received her juris doctorate in 2014. She has lived in Texas since graduation. Ms. Brown serves on the Board of Directors for a charitable organization in Madison, Wisconsin. She recently presented to a large corporation regarding the legal impact of section 18.001 of the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code.
Ms. Brown practices both first and third party insurance litigation, with a primary focus in third-party insurance defense.
University of Oregon School of Law, JD
University of Wisconsin, BA in Philosophy
State of Texas
United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
San Antonio Bar Association
San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
Bexar County Women’s Bar Association
International Association of Special Investigation Units
Texas Association of Special Investigation Units
As an undergraduate, she interned at one of the oldest public radio stations in the United States (WORT-FM) and volunteered as a jazz DJ. She interned in Washington DC for the Prometheus Radio Project. where she received high marks for her research paper analyzing the effects of copyright law in the context of broadcast radio and online streaming services. In her free time, Maggie plays guitar, travels, rides her bicycle, and listens to podcasts.