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Marvin C. Brown IV is active in Chandra Law's civil-rights, whistleblower, retaliation, and employment-discrimination practices. He is admitted to practice law in Ohio.
Marvin is a graduate of the Yale Law School where he was submission editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. During law school, he was active in various law-school diversity initiatives and served as co-chair of the Alliance for Diversity. Marvin’s experience includes legal work in New York and Belgium, and at an economic think tank in Yangon, Myanmar. Marvin also spent a year as a Fox Fellow at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, researching customary legal systems.
A native of Cleveland, before law school, he studied French and Comparative Ethnic and American Studies at The Ohio State University. He is fluent in French and plans to learn Spanish soon.