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Garden State Bar Association member, and past president of the National Bar Association, Paulette Brown, has been selected for the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award. The award, established by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession in 1991, recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of women lawyers who have excelled in their field and have paved the way to success for other women lawyers. She was also recently recognized by The Network Journal as one of the 25 Most Influential Black Women in Business.
Brown is known nationally for her efforts on behalf of women, with a particular emphasis on women of color. She was honored with the Trailblazer award from NAACP New Jersey recognizing her years of committed service to the community, her work as a lawyer, and her accomplishments in promoting a more racially and ethnically diverse legal profession. She also received the prestigious “Spirit of Excellence” award in February from the American Bar Association. Brown is a past president of the National Bar Association; president of the YWCA of Central New Jersey; member of the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession; and council member, ABA Section of Litigation.
Brown litigates in both federal and state courts, as well as arbitration forums for both unionized and non-union employees. She is a certified mediator for the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey.
Brown received her Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall Law School, having earned her bachelor’s degree from Howard University. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey.
In November of 2010, GSBA President, Thom Jackson appeared in part 4 of a 5 part series by the My9 News Network on the issue of Driving While Black ("DWB"). Thom debated author Heather Macdonald, who argued that DWB may be a myth. The video can be found HERE.