Podcast: What Justice Means, with Nicholas Brown (U.S. Attorney for the Western District of WA)

Listen to the 21 minute podcast episode (or read the transcript) on the UW Law Discovery Podcast page.

U.S. Attorney Nicholas Brown is the first black U.S. attorney in Washington state history and the chief law enforcement officer in Western Washington. He chairs the Civil Rights subcommittee for all U.S. attorneys in the country. Brown recently visited UW Law as part of the Innovative Justice Speaker Series.

A former “Survivor” alumnus from one of the first seasons, U.S. Attorney Brown is a Morehouse and Harvard Law School graduate who has served as General Counsel to Governor Inslee, as well as Assistant U.S. Attorney in western Washington. Before his current appointment He was also a partner with Pacifica Law Group.

In this episode that helped kick off Black History Month at UW Law, U.S. Attorney Brown defines the meaning of justice and how he works with communities and federal partners to improve public safety and to ensure civil rights for Western Washington residents.

By Meaghan Wood (She/Her)
Meaghan Wood (She/Her) Career Coach