Five Questions with Katie Brown, DGS Associate and Employment Attorney

Five questions with Katie Brown.

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This week, we heard from Katie Brown, an associate and labor and employment attorney at Davis Graham & Stubbs. She “litigates cases involving state and federal non-discrimination laws, wage and hour rules, trade secrets, commercial torts, and contractual non-competition and other restrictive covenants.” Read more about her practice and experience in her online biography.

Question 1

If you could choose to master a musical instrument that you don’t already know how to play, which one would it be and why?

A: The harmonica! I would love to be able to play the harmonica solo in Mary Jane’s Last Dance on cue at parties.

Question 2

What is your favorite clause of the Constitution and why?

A: I’m a big fan of the 19th Amendment.

Question 3

What is your favorite restaurant and what’s your favorite thing to order there?

A: The lamb ragu hummus at Safta is hard to beat.

Question 4

What’s your favorite book and why?

A: The best book I’ve read lately is “On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist.” The author, Clarissa Ward, is an incredible storyteller and a truly impressive human. It’s also really illuminating to read about global conflict and foreign policy decisions from the perspective of a war correspondent.

Question 5

What’s your favorite movie or TV show?

A: My favorite movie of all time is the Princess Bride. I recently secured tickets to see Cary Elwes (who played Westley) live in Denver to tell behind-the-scenes stories after a screening of the movie, and I am giddy about it!

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