Maxwell Brown

I believe that knowing clients and understanding their individual needs is just as important as a keen knowledge of the law and details of the case. By always being there for the client both in and out of the courtroom, I strive not only to aggressively advocate on behalf of the client, but to place their best interest before my own.

Max Brown joined Gray Reed’s litigation department in 2019 after participating in the firm’s 2018 summer associate program. 

While at Baylor Law School, Max was a member of the Baylor Barrister’s Society and an active participant in Baylor's advocacy programs for three years, competing in numerous moot court and mock trial competitions. During that time, he was the TYLA State Moot Court Champion in 2018 and an ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Regional Semi-Finalist. He also was the recipient of the 2018 W. Frank Newton Best Brief Award, the 2018 Brian J. Serr Excellence in Appellate Advocacy Award and the 2018 Frank G. McDonald Appellate Procedure Award. Max also was a 2019 National Trial Competition Regional Finalist, and was the recipient of the 2019 Scott, Douglas & McConnico, LLP Evidence Award and the 2019 Fraley Firm Mock Trial Award. He also served as the student coach for Baylor's 2019 Voir Dire "Show Me" Challenge competition.

Thought Leadership / News
  • J.D., Baylor University School of Law (2019)
  • B.B.A., Baylor University (2016)
Bar Admission
  • Texas
When I Feel Most At Home
  • Watching Baylor football games
  • Rock climbing
  • Traveling