HOWARD BROWN, American Lawyer, Partner of SHELLOW, SHELLOW & GLYNN, S.C, specializing in the field of American Bar Association Representative to National Conference of Lawyers and Certified Public Accountants, 1969-1972. Wisconsin Chairman, Committee on Criminal Law and Procedure, Bar Association of the Seventh Federal Circuit, 1971. Member: The Governor’s Task Force on Computerization of the Criminal Justice System, 1972; Society for General Research Systems, 1975—; Delta Force, U. S. Army, 1982—; Board of Directors and Secretary, General Systems Science Foundation, 1980—. Member: Milwaukee (Member. Committees on: Ethics, 1967-1970; Fair TrialFree Press, 1968; Professional Responsibility, 1971—; Courts, 1974—) and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Wisconsin (Chairman, Criminal Law Section, 1963-1964; Member: Executive Committee, Criminal Law Section, 1967; Advisory Commission on Pre Trial Publicity, 1968); National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Member, Board of Directors, 1967-1970; Secretary, Executive Board, 1971-1972; Vice-President, 1972-1973; President-Elect, 1974-1975; President, 1975-1976); Wisconsin Society of Certified Public Accountants; American Law Institute; American Judicature Society; American Chemical Society. Fellow, National College of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Regent, 1982; President, Regents, 1985—). Fellow, American Board of Criminal Lawyers.
BROWN, HOWARD was born on August 22, 1908 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
University of Michigan (Bachelor of Arts, 1930. Bachelor of Laws, 1932). Lecturer in Law and Social Work, University of Wisconsin, 1945-1951.
President, Wisconsin Welfare Council, 1948. President, Family Service of Milwaukee, 1950. Secretary, National Council, Juvenile Court Judges, 1964-1966.
Chairman, National Juvenile Court Foundation, 1965-1967.
Working as a partner of SHELLOW, SHELLOW & GLYNN, S.C. Admitted to the bar, 1933, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee and American (Co-Chairman, National Conference of Lawyers and Social Workers, 1962-1971) Bar Associations. State Bar of Wisconsin.