Lawrence Chase Browne
LAWRENCE CHASE BROWNE '60, LL.B. '65, of Brooklyn, died August 13. He practiced with a number of New York litigation firms before starting the international transportation law firm Maloof & Browne in 1993. He was involved in a number of notable federal cases in the course of his career, including the landmark "Pentagon Papers" case before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1971. He was an avid tennis player and an opera buff. He leaves his wife, Debbie, three daughters, Jennifer, Dorothy, and Erica, and his mother, Dorothy.
Harvard Magazine- Jan/Feb 2001