Kirsten Brown is a litigator with The Law Offices of Adam J. Steinberg P.A. Before beginning her legal career, Ms. Brown taught history at the high school level in both Broward and Santa Rosa counties.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Brown worked for one of Florida’s oldest and largest law firms as a summer associate and then as an associate for three years. During her years at that firm, Ms. Brown handled a federal trial involving the Hague Convention and assisted on multiple trials including research, drafting and arguing motions and pleadings, and discovery. After leaving that firm, Ms. Brown joined a well-known Fort Lauderdale based firm until the birth of her second child.
Ms. Brown is an alumnus of the University of Miami School of Law where she graduated magna cum laude and was a member of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Ms. Brown earned numerous awards and honors including University of Miami Law Review Managing Editor; University of Miami Moot Court Board Director; Dean's Scholar; the Mofsky Award in recognition of service; 1L Moot Court Competition Winner; Dean's Awards of Achievement for Constitution Law, Legislation, and Ethics; Litigation Skills Honors Recipient; and a fellowship with the University of Miami Center for Ethics & Public Service. Ms. Brown is also a proud alumnus of the University of Florida and now serves on the UFAA Board of Directors where she chairs International Gator Day, a one-day a year event where Gator Clubs all over the world join forces to positively impact their communities.
Ms. Brown is also extensively published. She drafted State Court Attempts to Limit the Applicability of the Federal Arbitration Act in a Post-Lopez World, 56 U. Miami L. Rev. 1051 (2002). She also prepared multiple newsletter articles including: Heads Up! There’s a Different Duty of Care Owed to Participants in College Sports; Holier Than Thou: Tenth Circuit Says Anti-Catholic Statue is Kosher; and Christian Student Group May Require Officers to Abide by Christian Tenets, For Now.