Mr. Brown is licensed to practice before all state and federal courts in Louisiana, including the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Brown has also been admitted to the bar for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Mr. Brown represents a variety of clients in both bankruptcy cases and commercial litigation. He has vast experience representing debtors and creditors, as well as chapter 7 and chapter 11 trustees. Moreover, Mr. Brown has represented clientele facing preference or other avoidance actions stemming from bankruptcy proceedings. He has handled non-bankruptcy commercial matters including breach of contract, trade secret, open account, non-bankruptcy restructuring and workouts, and commercial secured transactions.


  • Tulane University, B.A., 1993
  • Louisiana State University, J.D., 1998

Associations & Memberships

  • Louisiana Law Review
  • Louisiana Law Review Louisiana State Bar Association

Prior Positions

Mr. Brown clerked for the Honorable Louis M. Phillips, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Louisiana from July 2000 through May 2002. Mr. Brown further clerked for the Honorable Douglas D. Dodd, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Louisiana from May 2002 through July 2002. Prior to joining Stewart Robbins & Brown, Mr. Brown practiced with the law firm of McGlinchey Stafford, APLC and was a partner with the law firm Gordon Arata McCollam Duplantis & Eagan, LLC.

Articles & Presentations

Mr. Brown is the author of What's the Motter with Zeddo: Problems with the Fifth Circuit's Analysis of What Constitutes on Avoidable Interest of the Debtor in Property, 58 La.L.Rev. 1259, (1998). He has also authored articles for, and presented at, numerous seminars on a variety of bankruptcy-specific topics.