The Honorable Kenneth C. Brown, JD '78
UNH School of Law Board of Trustees
Judge, New Hampshire Superior Court
Kenneth C. Brown was appointed to the New Hampshire Superior Court in 2007. Brown is a litigator and founding partner of Abramson, Brown and Dugan in Manchester.
Brown’s legal career spans more than thirty years. He is the former president of both the Manchester Bar Association and the New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association. He served as a Bedford town councilor from 1983 through 1986. In 1979, he worked as a judicial law clerk for Judge Martin Loughlin at the Federal District Court. Brown earned a BA degree from the University of New Hampshire in 1975.
In 2003, Brown was the honored recipient of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Service to the Public Award. He was a member of the Governor’s Judicial Selection Commission in 2002–2003. An active civic leader, Brown is past chair of the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, and is a member of the executive board of directors and chair of the Public Policy Committee of the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire. In 2003, he received New England Handicapped Sports Association’s Service Award.