Russ Brown Honored as DAYL Foundation Fellow

August 18, 2010 by

Brown Fox is pleased to announce that Russ Brown has been named a Fellow of the DAYL (Dallas Association of Young Lawyers) Foundation. The DAYL Foundation is a granting body providing funds to various charitable and educational programs sponsored by non-profit organizations in the Dallas area. The DAYL Foundation is primarily funded through its Fellows Program, which was created in 2002.

Although a labor and employment attorney, Russ dedicates a significant portion of his practice to faith-based, social justice initiatives and charitable organizations, including International Justice Mission (IJM), African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), Watermark Justice, Advocates for Community Transformation (ACT) and Children’s Trust (benefiting Children’s Medical Center of Dallas). Russ has traveled internationally to work with attorneys on issues such as bonded slavery and child prostitution in Bangalore, India, and most recently to combat sexual violence and rape genocide in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo.

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