Christopher M. Brown is a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia Area, having been born in Westbrook Park (Clifton Heights) and raised in Glen Mills. He graduated from Salesianum School in Wilmington, Delaware in 2004. In 2008, Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies from West Chester University.
While attending law school, Chris spent a summer working as an intern for the Office of the District Attorney of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Chris then worked as a law clerk for a private Media law firm while earning his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law. Upon his graduation in 2011, he became an associate attorney at that same firm where he remained until joining Eckell Sparks in May of 2017.
Chris concentrates his practice in the areas of business formation and development, estate planning, administration and litigation. He is also experienced in the areas of real estate, general civil litigation and zoning and land use. Chris was selected as a 2017 Main Line Today Top Lawyer.
Chris is an active member of the Delaware County Bar Association in the Young Lawyers Section, serves as an Arbitrator in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas and is the current Editor of the Delaware County Legal Journal. Chris is additionally a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Chris is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania Trial and Appellate Courts, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and has appeared before various municipal government branches and administrative law agencies.
Chris credits his family, coaches, and many mentors throughout his life with fostering his ability to problem solve and assist others with the compassion and level of professionalism each individual deserves.
Chris lives in Downingtown with his wife, Meghan, and their sons, Jack and Brady.
“Chris Brown from Eckell Sparks worked on my family’s will. He was extremely diligent in his follow-up and incredibly knowledgeable. He was always quick to respond and friendly to deal with. He was so good in fact, that I actually made the switch to Eckell Sparks (Jay Levin) for most all of my business needs. I am very satisfied with E/S and would refer them to any of my friends or family members.”
“When I was sued for a significant amount of money and assets, I retained Eckell Sparks. They developed a comprehensive litigation strategy to give me the best chance of success. They were easy to get a hold of, fair with billing, and kept me regularly informed and up to date on how my case was proceeding. When we were unable to achieve a fair settlement, my lawyer was confident in taking the case to trial. In the courtroom, they were strong, articulate and persuasive. After two days of trial, we achieved a very favorable verdict and made out even better than our last settlement offer.”
“I could not be happier with the experience I had with Eckell Sparks. My attorney walked me through the process of my discrimination suit step by step and held my hand the whole time. I had no prior experience with anything like this and they answered every one of my questions without all the fancy legal jargon. They were always accessible to me whenever I had concerns or thought of something that could be useful. From our first meeting to the last hearing, they were absolutely wonderful. This firm helped me through an awful experience with my previous employer and fought for me and what I deserved to the end. They talked me through every aspect in a way that was comfortable and like talking to an old friend. If I had to do the entire lawsuit over again, I would go with this firm.”
“I would feel very confident with this firm’s representation should I have any future matter, and I would recommend them to anyone looking for strong, quality representation.”
Areas of Practice
Admitted to Practice
- Pennsylvania Trial Courts
- Pennsylvania Appellate Courts
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Widener University, School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2011
- West Chester University, BA Communication Studies, 2008