White Arnold & Dowd Shareholder Kitty Rogers Brown Recognized as Top 40 Under 40 in Birmingham Business JournalFebruary 27, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Birmingham, AL – White Arnold & Dowd P.C. is pleased to announce that shareholder Kitty Rogers Brown has been named to the 2014 Class of Top 40 Under 40 by the Birmingham Business Journal. This year’s class is particularly special, since it represents the 30th annual Top 40 Under 40 section for the business newspaper. The BBJ’s award, which recognizes talented up-and-comers on the Birmingham business scene, is one of the most coveted distinctions for young professionals in the city.
Originally from Russellville, Ms. Brown joined White Arnold & Dowd as an associate in 2006 and became a shareholder in 2013. She practices in both state and federal courts, including appellate courts. Ms. Brown represents individuals and corporate defendants in white collar criminal actions, primarily in the areas of healthcare fraud, financial crimes, and environmental crimes. She also represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation as well as pharmaceutical and environmental tort actions, whistleblower cases, healthcare matters, and consumer class actions, and handles severance and compensation matters.
Ms. Brown graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in Tuscaloosa, where she served on the Alabama Law Review as a Senior Editor and on the Labor and Employment Moot Court Team. Ms. Brown received a Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in History with a Spanish minor from Samford University in Birmingham.
Ms. Brown is a member of the Alabama State Bar, where she has served as Treasurer, Secretary, Vice President and President of the Young Lawyers Section and currently serves as the Section’s Immediate Past President and on the Executive Committee. She was a member of Class 8 of the Bar’s Leadership Forum. In 2011 and 2012, Ms. Brown was a delegate for the Young Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association, and currently serves in the Association’s House of Delegates. She is also a member of the Birmingham Bar Association and the Birmingham Inns of Court. Ms. Brown has been named a “Rising Star” by Birmingham Magazine and B-Metro magazine, and as an Alabama “Super Lawyer.”
Ms. Brown is also involved in a variety of civic endeavors including The Junior League of Birmingham, Samford University Alumni Council, the University of Alabama School of Law Farrah Law Alumni Society Board of Trustees and as president of the YWCA Central Alabama Junior Board. She was named a “Woman to Watch” by The Junior League of Birmingham and as Samford University Outstanding Young Alumnus in 2011. Ms. Brown and her husband, Tucker, live in Birmingham with their twin pre-school sons, Richmond and Stephen.
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