Elizabeth Broadway Brown, partner in Alston & Bird’s Litigation Group, has been selected to the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “40 Under Forty” Class of 2020.
Honored for her professional achievements, leadership, and community contributions, Brown focuses her practice on high-stakes class action and privacy litigation matters in health care, technology, and financial services.
Active in the legal community, Brown serves as general counsel for the Morris Brown College Foundation. She is also the immediate past president of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, a voluntary bar organization of approximately 600 attorney, law student, and associate members across the state, and a former advisory board member and volunteer attorney for Georgia’s Truancy Intervention Project, which provides pro bono legal services to youths facing truancy offenses and which has honored her as a “Volunteer of the Year” for her long-time service.
Earlier this year, Brown was named to the Daily Report’s “On the Rise” Class of 2020, an elite group of Georgia’s most promising lawyers under the age of 40, and to the National Black Lawyers Top 100.
This is the 17th year that the Atlanta Business Chronicle has featured a “40 Under Forty” class of rising stars. The program honors 40 men and women under age 40 for their notable career achievements and community contributions.