Andrew Brown
Of Counsel

Since 2014 Andrew Brown has focused his practice on estate planning, trust administration, probate, and representing trustees and beneficiaries in litigation matters. He also assists clients with corporate formation and governance. Andrew has worked as a fiduciary officer at some of the world’s best and largest banks, where he served as a corporate trustee and trust advisor. He draws on the experience he gained interpreting and implementing estate plans for hundreds of clients to help him craft estate plans that are thorough, effective, and understandable.

Andrew began his legal career in 2007 when he went to work for an Irvine-based defense litigation firm as a law student. After graduating from law school, Andrew returned to work for the firm as a defense attorney. He worked on cases ranging from employment and employment class action defense, personal injury defense, malicious prosecution defense, and a variety of other matters for both individuals and corporations.

He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Chapman University School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 2010. While at Chapman University he was a Notes and Comments Editor on Chapman Law Review and served as an Academic Fellow for Legal Research and Writing.

Andrew attended Texas A&M University, graduating in 2006 when he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Mays Business School. At Texas A&M he was an active member in the Corps of Cadets and a member of Co. C-2, Marine Recon Company, and the Ross Volunteer Company.

Andrew was admitted to the California Bar in 2010, and is licensed to practice before all courts in the State of California, the Central District of California, and is a member of the California Bar Trust & Estates Section.

Education:

Chapman University School of Law
JD, Magna Cum Laude 2010.
Chapman Law Review- Notes and Comments Editor
Academic Fellow for Legal Research and Writing.

B.A. Texas A&M University – Mays Business School
Business Administration in Management, 2006

Bar Admissions:

California
U.S. District Court, Central District of California