Christopher M. Brown is a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia Area, having been born in Clifton Heights, raised in Glen Mills, recently living in West Chester for almost a decade before starting his family with his wife Meghan in the Downingtown area. He graduated from Salesianum School in Wilmington, Delaware in 2004. In 2008, Chris earned his degree of Bachelor of Communication Studies from West Chester University. During his undergraduate program, Chris wrote and copy edited for the student newspaper and volunteered as a youth basketball coach.
Chris earned his Juris Doctorate from the Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. While attending law school, Chris spent a summer working as an intern for the Office of the District Attorney of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Chris worked as a law clerk for MM&D for two years before graduating from Widener University School of Law in 2011. As an associate attorney at MM&D, Chris is the head of the Appeals Division and concentrates his practice on appeals, estate planning and administration, zoning & land use, elder law, unemployment and more generally civil litigation.
Chris is an active member of the Delaware County Bar Association, Chester County Bar Association, Delaware County Estate Planning Council, and he serves as the active Secretary/Treasurer of the West Chester chapter of the West Chester University Law Alumni Society, and has served as an Arbitrator in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas.
Chris is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania state trial and appellate courts and has appeared before various municipal government branches and administrative law agencies.
Chris credits his family, coaches, and many mentors throughout his life with fostering his ability to problem solve and assist others with the compassion and level of professionalism each individual deserves.
Chris lives in Downingtown with his wife, Meghan, and son, Jack.