After graduating from Penn State, Larry earned his juris doctorate at the Villanova University School of Law. He is an attorney and founding partner of Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler, a Philadelphia-based law firm. He previously served as assistant district attorney and chief assistant district attorney in the District Attorney’s Office, City of Philadelphia. In addition to his service as a member of Liberal Arts Development Council, Larry is the chair of the McCourtney Institute for Democracy (MID) board of visitors and a member of the board of visitors for the Richards Civil War Era Center. Larry and his spouse, Lynne (’72 Education), have been stalwart benefactors of the college, creating the Brown Democracy Medal in the MID, the Brown-McCourtney Career Development Professorship in the college with matching funds from Ted and Tracey McCourtney, and a funds to support graduate students and undergraduate internships fund in the Richards Civil War Era Center.