Jay Ward Brown

Jay is a lawyer who specializes in First Amendment law, representing news organizations, entertainment companies, filmmakers, authors and artists when the content of their speech, or the way they create and distribute it, is challenged. He is a partner in Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP, and works from the firm’s New York City and Washington, D.C. offices.

For a number of years, Jay served as national defamation counsel to the NAACP and was privileged to accept the NAACP’s Civil Rights Champion Award, given to his firm “for outstanding pro bono service and commitment to advancing civil rights and social justice.”

As a public television journalist before law school, Jay produced or wrote many of the late Fred W. Friendly’s award-winning programs on the Constitution, the press, law, and ethics.

Jay is married to the artist Kevin H. Adams and lives in Virginia.

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