Koert J. Brown joined Rammelkamp Bradney as an attorney in 2018 after having spent many years with the firm as an intern while pursuing his education.
He is originally from Havana, Illinois. In 2015, Koert received his bachelor’s degree at Illinois College with a double major and dean’s list honors in Economics and Political Science. He received his Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University, graduating in the top 10% of his class.
At Rammelkamp Bradney, Koert’s practice focuses on business and real estate transactions as well as estate planning. Prior to joining the firm, he interned for Congressman Trent Franks in Washington, D.C. and clerked for Justice James A. Moore of the Illinois Fifth District Appellate Court.
Since joining the firm, Koert has also served on the boards of Pathway Services Unlimited and the Illinois Blind Children’s Foundation in addition to being a member of the Jacksonville Kiwanis Club and the Jacksonville Country Club.