Craig Brown is a pioneer in the legal staffing industry, as he’s been at the forefront of the industry for 20 years.  Mr. Brown is a former practicing attorney, having been a Law Clerk with the Department of Justice, Attorney-Advisor with the Department of Labor, Antitrust & Litigation Associate with Kaye Scholer, and Litigation Partner with McLaughlin & Stern.

Mr. Brown is a member of the NYS and NYC Bar Associations.  For the NY State Bar, he serves on the eDiscovery Committee, the Social Media Committee and the Law Practice Management Committee.

Mr. Brown has written articles and presented on matters relating to eDiscovery, managed document review and legal staffing.   His articles include “Outsourcing and the Use of Contract Attorneys,” Chapter 5 of International Corporate Practice, PLI.   He has chaired and moderated many panels, including “Managing the Costs of eDiscovery,” held at the annual meeting of the NYS Bar Association.  He has also co-chaired the NYS Bar’s Legal Career Day for several years.

Mr. Brown obtained his B.S. from SUNY Albany in 1981 and his J.D. from the Washington College of Law, American University in 1984, where he was selected as a Dean’s Fellow.