Connecticut, US

Browne is an Associate at Fragomen’s Washington, DC office, where she provides immigration services to multinational corporations, primarily those in the information technology industry. She has experience advising clients on a variety of nonimmigrant matters, including H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, TN and E-2. Browne also assists clients with permanent residence matters.

During law school, Browne participated in the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic and served as Notes and Comments Editor of the North Carolina Journal of International Law. She has also worked on humanitarian immigration cases, including asylum, U visa, T visa and family-based permanent residence applications.

Browne speaks English and Spanish.


University of North Carolina School of Law | J.D., 2018
Duke University | B.A., 2015


Awarded Certificate of Merit for highest grade in Legal Research and Writing and Evidence, University of North Carolina School of Law. 2016.

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: District of Columbia