Oliver Brown is a U.S. veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He served during the Kosovo conflict and provided transportation support for the 819th Red Horse Squadron at Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls, Mt. After leaving the Air Force, he became a drill instructor at Delta 3 Boot Camp in Harris County, Texas. While working as an instructor he had a very positive impact on various troubled youth. His largest accomplishment while working at Delta 3 was assisting a young teen that was a victim of extreme abuse. Mr. Brown’s efforts lead to the transfer of the youth to a more appropriate facility that could assist the child and the child’s abuser being apprehended.
While working at Delta 3, Mr. Brown pursued his dream of becoming an airline pilot by attending Texas Southern University’s Aviation Management Program and learning to fly at Hooks Airport in Tomball, Texas. About a third of the way through the training he transferred to Palo Alto College to complete all of his pilot ratings and became a certified flight instructor.
Mr. Brown continued to work as a flight instructor until he was hired by ExpressJet d/b/a Continental Express. While at Continental Express, he was promoted within six months to the position of Aircraft Systems Instructor where he gained expert knowledge on aircraft systems, Federal Aviation Regulations, and various aviation operations. After approximately 5 years at the airlines and 11 years flying, Mr. Brown pursued his final education goal of attending law school.
Mr. Brown was ranked in the top 20 percent of his class, competed on the mock trial circuit, and continued to provide research for various aviation programs. Mr. Brown clerked at the prestigious Bennett Law Firm representing doctors and lawyers against various state agencies.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.