Ray R. Brown was admitted to the Alaska Bar Association in 1982 following his graduation from Gonzaga University School of Law with honors. He has an undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Texas at Arlington and completed the Trial Practice Institute of the National Criminal Defense College in 1990. Ray went to law school to become a trial lawyer and has been blessed with fulfilling that dream throughout his career.
Following his admission to the Alaska Bar Association, Ray served as a senior felony trial attorney and later as the training director for the Alaska Public Defender Agency. He also served as an Assistant District Attorney with the State of Alaska, Department of Law, Criminal Division, where he prosecuted serious felonies.
After leaving his criminal practice, Ray came to Dillon & Findley in 1992 and became a shareholder with the firm in 1994. Ray’s practice is limited to complex civil litigation and civil trial work as well as white-collar federal criminal defense. His main area of practice is plaintiff’s medical malpractice.
Ray has tried to verdict in excess of 150 cases throughout his career. He is a frequent presenter at Trial Advocacy programs. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and two dogs, and working on his wine collection.
- Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, Washington
- J.D. - 1981
- Honors: cum laude
- University of Texas, Arlington, Texas
- B.B.A. - 1971
- Major: Accounting