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Meet Attorney Amy Brown 

Amy Brown 

Sr. Counsel Student Rights

Amy Brown is a full-time employee with the Student Defense Team. She grew up in a family in which education was highly valued.  Her father is a professor of electrical engineering and her mother was an instructor in an x-ray technician program at a community college.  Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Kentucky and a Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville.  After many years as a practicing attorney, Amy is now a professor herself and teaches law classes at a small university and also serves a Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Investigator.  Amy is a co-author of a textbook on the evolution of the Constitution of the United States and is working on a textbook on the topic of the Constitution and how it applies to the use of dogs used by law enforcement agencies.  She has a heart for students of all ages and loves animals.  Amy and her teenage daughter live with two cats and her daughter has a Tennessee Walker horse.  Amy would like to add a poodle to the mix or raise a puppy for a seeing eye dog program.

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