David L. Brown received his law degree from the University of Idaho Law School. His previous degrees include an Bachelor of Science in history from Boise State University and an Associate Degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Mr. Brown gained extensive experience in the years following his schooling, and served in many positions, including:
- Intern for Governor Dirk Kempthorne
- Deputy Public Defender in Bonneville County
- Deputy Prosecutor in Jefferson and Teton Counties, and
- Public Defender in Northern Idaho.
These positions have provided Mr. Brown with vast courtroom experience. During his service as a Deputy Prosecutor he handled cases in Teton and Jefferson Counties. He has experience in many fields, particularly bankruptcy, criminal law, and family law.
Mr. Brown serves individuals throughout the area of Southeast Idaho and focuses primarily on assisting clients who are in the process of filing for bankruptcy. He also provides counsel to those who need his experience and excellent track record in misdemeanors and criminal defense law.
Mr. Brown was born in Burley, Idaho, and grew up in Rexburg, Idaho. He enjoys fish aquariums, basketball, and learning.