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Spotlight: Shihan Carl Brown author of the "The Law And Martial Arts"

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Shihan ("teacher of teachers") Carl Brown started his judo training in 1956. In 1967, he took second place in the Heavyweight Judo Championship of the South in Jacksonville. The next two years, he won first place. At 57, he is preparing to return to shiai competition. Brown holds the rank of Hichidan, 8th degree Judo Black Belt. He also is a Black Belt in Ju-Jitsu and holds Grandmaster status, Red Sash, in Imua Kuon-Tao Kung Fu. Shihan Brown is a life member of both the United States Judo Association and the United States Martial Arts Association. He has taught judo in four states. A graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law (class of 1976), Brown practiced law and held local elective office in the 70s and 80s.He is the author of THE LAW AND MARTIAL ARTS (OHARA 1996)