Adrian Brown

Advocate

Adrian Brown is an Advocate and founder of Browns.

 

He attended Bradfield Comprehensive School in Sheffield and later graduated with an LLB (Hons) in Law from Manchester University.

 

Following qualification as a solicitor in 1987, Adrian spent 10 years in Macclesfield as a partner at Daniels, followed by a further three years as Head of the Family Department at Graysons in Sheffield.

 

Adrian qualified as a Guernsey Advocate in 2004. He was previously Head of the Family Department at Mourant Ozannes, before setting up Browns in 2012.

 

Adrian is currently Chair of the Guernsey Family Bar Association and is writing his first book on Guernsey divorce law.

 

Away from work, Adrian is married to Jane who is co-founder of Browns, with a family of three children who narrowly failed the audition for the BBC television series ‘Outnumbered’.

 

In his dreams, he came close to a career as a professional footballer. The truth is that his career peaked at the age of 23 as captain of Dungworth FC. Adrian has now found his level coaching Mini Sylvans every Saturday.

 

Adrian enjoys all things aquatic, including boating, offshore rowing and is a poor but determined windsurfer. He remains obsessed with Sheffield Wednesday and cannot play golf to save his life.

 

Adrian also enjoys poetry, and has an impressive collection of self-help books, mostly unread.

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