Kobie Flowers has litigated cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States and internationally in the military commissions in Guantanamo Bay as a criminal defense lawyer.
“We are delighted that Kobie has joined our firm. He brings a wide range of experience to several of our practice areas and expands our activities in the District of Columbia market. With Kobie’s arrival, Brown, Goldstein & Levy will have a District of Columbia office,” said Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s managing partner.
Kobie stated, “I admire Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s 30-plus-year commitment to civil and human rights. I am impressed with their attorneys – both past and present. I look forward to a new association with them. In our discussions, we found that our experience was a good match and that this would be a great opportunity for both me and the firm to grow together.”