Laura Brownlow is a Paralegal in the Governmental Entity Defense Litigation and Insurance Defense Litigation sections of Flowers Davis.
A native East Texan, Laura graduated from Palestine High School, completed the paralegal course at Sam Houston State University, and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in English at the University of Texas at Tyler where she was inducted into the Sigma Tau Delta Honors Society. Her interest in the law – and in governmental entity defense - was probably no surprise to her friends and family. Her father was a Texas State Trooper in Cherokee County when she was born; by the time she started school, he was a member of the elite Texas Rangers, where he served in several areas around Texas before returning to Palestine. Both her father and grandfather served as Sheriffs in Henderson County.
Laura worked for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Institution Division, the Texas Department of Public Safety-Special Crimes Division, and taught in the Texas public school system before transitioning into the legal field.
Laura has also served several years on the Tyler Area Association of Legal Professionals’ Executive Board in various capacities.
Outside of work, Laura enjoys a close relationship with her parents, two brothers, two sisters-in-law, niece, and three nephews. When able, Laura likes to write, travel, hunt, and fish.
UT Tyler, BA, English
Sam Houston State University, Paralegal Course
Sigma Tau Delta Honors Society, UT Tyler
Defense of Governmental Entities - Litigation
Insurance Defense - Litigation