BGL secures larger office space in the heart of D.C. government and financial districts; plans to expand criminal defense and civil rights practices.

Brown, Goldstein & Levy is thrilled to announce our expansion into a larger office space in the heart of downtown Washington D.C. Located in the center of D.C.’s government, financial, and political districts, our new space will place BGL in the center of some of the most important legal work currently being achieved in the country. This space will allow us to provide even more expansive service and leave a bigger footprint on the criminal defense and civil rights sectors of the city and beyond. Our new address is 1300 Eye St. NW, 8th Floor, Washington D.C. 20005 – quite literally the center of the nation’s capital.

Kobie FlowersThe new office space will support the practices of partners Kobie Flowers and Eve Hill. Kobie Flowers is one of the country’s preeminent trial lawyers, with over twenty years of courtroom experience. He has litigated cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States and internationally in military commissions in Guantanamo Bay. As a member of the Attorney General’s Honors Program, Kobie was a civil rights prosecutor at the United States Department of Justice for over four years. There, he conducted complex grand jury investigations involving fraud, false statements, obstruction of justice, and perjury charges as aspects of enforcing federal criminal civil rights statutes. Our new space is located close to the United States Federal Trial Court and to the Department of Justice.

Photo of Eve HillEve Hill is one of the country’s leading disability rights attorneys who has built a thriving practice dedicated to civil rights. Alongside the firm, Eve is dedicated to high-impact disability rights cases and advocacy on behalf of individuals with disabilities and their families. The new D.C. office is a stone’s throw from organizations like the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), the DC Department on Disability Services, and the DC Office of Disability Rights (ODR). It is also close to the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, where Eve served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for six years.

We are excited to get to work in our new space and continue our mission of bringing about a more just world – both through individual cases and systemic change.