Ann Brown, the Managing Attorney for Legal Services Alabama’s Mobile office, has dedicated her legal career to public interest work. As the Managing Attorney of the Mobile Office of Legal Services Alabama (LSA), where she’s practiced since 2001, her specialty areas include consumer, family, probate, and housing law. Brown is a member of the Domestic Violence and Consumer and Housing practice groups. Brown is an active Mobile Bar association and formerly served as the President of the Women’s Lawyers section. She currently service as treasurer for the Vernon Crawford Bar Association and is a Board member for the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyer’s Program. Brown was recently appointed to the Africatown Redevelopment Board of Directors by the Mayor’s office in Mobile.
Brown is dedicated to carrying out the mission of LSA to provide free, client-centered civil legal advocacy to low-income Alabamians and collaborates with others across the state and nation to find solutions to systemic issues caused by poverty and social justice inequities. Her commitment to the law is demonstrated in the successful representation of her clients, management of the Mobile Office and the procurement of funds from local municipalities, and organizations to support the demands of her local office.
Brown is a graduate of Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island, and received her bachelor’s degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Ga. Brown was the 2021Vernon Z. Crawford life and legacy honoree. Brown also has served as a manager with the American Red she is active in many civic and community activities and is a lifelong member of Bethel AME Church in Mobile.