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Wilke Fleury Welcomes New Civil Litigation Attorney!

Arielle E. Brown is our new associate at Wilke Fleury!

Prior to joining Wilke Fleury, Arielle practiced Torts and Product Liability, focusing on commercial and consumer breach of warranty law. She also gained extensive courtroom and trial experience as a criminal defense attorney. While at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, Arielle personally advocated for clients and tried many jury trials to verdict.

Prior to practicing law, Arielle received a Bachelor of Arts from Howard University, graduating magna cum laude with degrees in Sociology and Biology. During her undergraduate career, Arielle was heavily involved in service and mentoring organizations, always working to promote fellowship, service, and social justice.

During law school, Arielle tutored Contracts and Torts. She serves on several governing boards, including as Parliamentarian for the Western Regional Black Law Students Association and Executive Lt. Governor for the American Bar Association – Law School Division. She interned at Open Door Legal, where she participated in administrative hearings regarding foster care licensing cases. She also interned at several public defender offices, where she fought for humanity and justice in defense of the damned.

Prior to joining Wilke Fleury, Arielle practiced Torts and Product Liability, focusing on commercial and consumer breach of warranty law. She also gained extensive courtroom and trial experience as a criminal defense attorney. While at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, Arielle personally advocated for clients and tried many jury trials to verdict.

Prior to practicing law, Arielle received a Bachelor of Arts from Howard University, graduating magna cum laude with degrees in Sociology and Biology. During her undergraduate career, Arielle was heavily involved in service and mentoring organizations, always working to promote fellowship, service, and social justice.

During law school, Arielle tutored Contracts and Torts. She serves on several governing boards, including as Parliamentarian for the Western Regional Black Law Students Association and Executive Lt. Governor for the American Bar Association – Law School Division. She interned at Open Door Legal, where she participated in administrative hearings regarding foster care licensing cases. She also interned at several public defender offices, where she fought for humanity and justice in defense of the damned.