Brooke Devlin-Brown, Jackson LLP Healthcare Lawyers


J.D., University of Illinois College of Law, magna cum laude
B.A., University of Wisconsin, with honors and distinction

Brooke Devlin Brown is Of Counsel at Jackson LLP.

Licensed in Illinois and Vermont

Brooke works at the firm seasonally and is not actively working with clients at this time. When she is not practicing law, she dedicates her time to her family.

Brooke is an experienced corporate attorney who enjoys the intellectual challenges that come from the complexity and ever-evolving nature of healthcare law.

Brooke spent several years at a large international law firm, where she worked on corporate securities law. In that role, she represented a variety of clients, ranging from a public company undergoing an FTC investigation to private companies experiencing bankruptcy, internal litigation, and victimization by a Ponzi scheme. Brooke also drafted legislation adopted by the Illinois General Assembly.

Brooke’s extensive professional endeavors make her a well-prepared and empathetic counselor for clients in crisis. She has worked with the AIDS Legal Council of Chicago and has volunteered with various domestic violence prevention organizations. She has experience liaising with law enforcement, social service agencies, government program administrators, and healthcare professionals.

Brooke sharpened her courtroom skills as a prosecutor in Burlington, Vermont, where she also counseled crime victims about available services.

Brooke graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law with magna cum laude honors. At U of I, she earned multiple scholarships reflecting her commitment to academic excellence and public interest law. As an undergraduate, she studied art history at the University of Wisconsin, spending two semesters in Florence, Italy, and graduating in the top 5% of her class. At UW, she was a member of the women’s rowing team.

When not practicing law, Brooke enjoys spending time with her family and has been an active parent volunteer in her children’s schools.

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