About Kent J. Browning

Kent J. Browning - Attorney at law

About Kent J. Browning


Kent J. Browning received his B.A. degree in Economics from Brigham Young University in 1975 where he was a member of the Economic Honor Society. Mr. Browning received his J.D. degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1978 where he was an associate editor of the Houston Law Review and a teaching quizmaster for two years in legal research and writing. Having served as a missionary in Mexico City and Guadalajara for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1970-72, Mr. Browning is proficient in Spanish. In college, Mr. Browning taught Spanish at the internationally acclaimed Language Training Mission (presently the Missionary Training Center) in Provo, Utah.

After practicing business and securities trial law with several law firms in Houston, Mr. Browning opened his own law office in 1996 where he concentrates his trial and appellate practice in the area of minority shareholder oppression law.

Mr. Browning is also certified as an attorney-mediator and is a Life Fellow of the Houston Bar Foundation.