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Philip Bransfield Brown, American lawyer. Decorated officier l’Ordre de la Couronne, commandeur l’Ordre de Leopold II (Belgium). Member American, District of Columbia Bar associations, Belgian American Chamber of Commerce (director), Yale Law School Association (president Washington 1956-1957.

Background

Brown, Philip Bransfield was born on March 30, 1924 in Middletown, Connecticut, United States. Son of Philip Joseph and Elizabeth Pauline (Bransfield) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Arts (Olin scholar), Wesleyan University, Middletown, 1944. Bachelor of Laws (board editors Law Journal), Yale, 1946.

Career

Admitted to Connecticut bar, 1946, District of Columbia Bar, 1947, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1950. Associate, then partner firm Cox, Langford, Stoddard & Cutler, Washington, 1946-1962. Partner firm Cox, Langford & Brown, 1962-1978, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, 1978-1980.

Secretary, director Stanwick Corporation, Ordibel, Inc. Secretary Italian Economics Corporation Chairman board of trustees Wesleyan University, 1969-1980. President of the board directors Madeira School, Greenway, Virginia, 1971-1975.

Trustee Lake Placid Education Foundation.

Membership

Member American, District of Columbia Bar associations, Belgian American Chamber of Commerce (director), Yale Law School Association (president Washington 1956-1957. Clubs: Metropolitan, National Capital Democratic (Washington).

Connections

Married Elinor Merrill Kenney, February 7,1959. Children: Elizabeth, Sarah, Marcia.

father:
Philip Joseph Brown

mother:
Elizabeth Pauline (Bransfield) Brown

spouse:
Elinor Merrill Kenney

child:
Elizabeth Brown

child:
Sarah Brown

child:
Marcia Brown