Courtney M. Brown
As tenant attorney at the Law Offices of Mary Catherine Wiederhold, Courtney M. Brown fights for tenants facing a variety of issues including wrongful eviction, housing violations, and fire-related losses.
She is one of Super Lawyer’s 2019 Rising Stars. This honor is based on an evaluation of 12 indicators, including peer recognition and professional achievement in legal practice. Courtney was a finalist for the San Francisco Trial Lawyer Association’s Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.
While attending the Golden Gate University School of Law, she served as the Law Review’s Editor-in-Chief. She received numerous academic awards for her achievements in writing, research, and evidence.
Courtney discovered her passion for helping tenants fight for their housing rights while volunteering at a San Francisco non-profit housing organization. For her pro bono work, Courtney received the 2015 PSJD Pro Bono Public Award Merit Distinction, a national award. In 2016, the Golden Gate University School of Law awarded her the Allan and Muriel Brotsky Pro Bono Award.
As a Staff Attorney for the Berkeley Homeless Action Center, Courtney represented low-income clients and saw firsthand the pain and fear of being homeless.
She is a member of the National Lawyers Guild and the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association. She also serves as the Co-Chair of the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Barristers Club Solo & Small Firm Section, and on the executive committee of the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Litigation Section.
Courtney is a tireless tenant attorney advocating for clients who face unfair and illegal actions by landlords.
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