Gregory Brower, former deputy general counsel in FBI‘s office of the general counsel, will assume the role of assistant director for the bureau’s office of congressional affairs.
FBI said Friday the appointment is effective early March.
Brower, who joined the bureau in 2016 after seven years as a partner at law firm Snell and Wilmer, has also served as the U.S. attorney for Nevada and legislative counsel of the Justice Department‘s Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys.
He taught national security law and trial advocacy as an adjunct professor at the University of Nevada’s William S. Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas from 2012 to 2015 and was also inspector general then general counsel of the U.S. Government Publishing Office.
Prior to practicing law, Brower was a surface warfare officer with the U.S. Navy.
He earned his law degree from The George Washington University Law School in 1992.