Michael S. Brown, Esquire has been an attorney in the Orlando area for over 13 years. He was a prosecutor for over 5 years with the State Attorney’s Office in Orange and Osceola County. There, he handled misdemeanor cases, juvenile cases, felony cases, felony violations of probation, and litigated over 20 jury trials. Mr. Brown left the State Attorney’s Office to become a civil litigator in the areas of foreclosure, breaches of contract, and insurance defense. He has practiced in Courts throughout the State.
Mr. Brown is admitted to practice in every Court in the State of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Bar and all 3 federal courts in Florida.
Mr. Brown enjoys volunteering his time in the community. He has been a member of the Orange County Bar since 2009 and has served on several committees. He is a board member of the Skobel Charitable Foundation and most dear to his heart, is volunteering with the children of Teen Court as a Judge and Jury Adviser since 2011. He has been recognized by the Orange County Bar and the Florida Supreme Court for his pro bono work.
Mike Brown is a huge gator fan and follows everything about the University of Florida. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in Economics before entering the Florida A&M Law School where he earned his Juris Doctorate Degree.
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