Douglas S. Brown
A life-long entrepreneur and business builder, Doug shares with his clients the knowledge and skills he has acquired over a career as a lawyer with both private practice and in-house experience and a business executive in a multi-national corporation.
Doug has extensive experience in starting up and turning around business operations, with a focus on marketing, sales, operations, human resources, finance and organizational development. He uses all of these skills to teach Corporate Innovation, Finance, Entrepreneurship and Leadership as a professor in the MBA Program offered by The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University.
Doug practiced real estate, litigation, corporate, and transactional law at Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn and then served in a variety of in-house counsel roles before becoming Vice President of Critical Service Logistics and Global Vice President of Aftermarket Management for Kuehne & Nagel, a multi-national supply-chain and logistics company.
Doug is Vice-Chair of the Small Firm Practice Management Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and, serves on the Board of the Connecticut Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. He writes a regular column for The Connecticut Lawyer Magazine on law practice management. In 2002, Doug was recognized as a New Leader of the Law by the Connecticut Law Tribune for overall achievement in the first 10 years of his legal career.
He is a frequent presenter to Bar Associations as well as business and community organizations on topics such as business development, leadership, innovation, and presentation and communication skills.
Doug received his Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Bachelor of Science in Managerial Statistics from The Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University and his Juris Doctor cum laude from The American University, Washington College of Law where he was an editor of the International Law Review.