Register of Deeds Kent Brown
Past Jobs and Experience
Register of Deeds Kent Brown began his career in the real estate records industry in 2010 as a recording clerk in the Register of Deeds Office. He then spent several years working at an area title company conducting research in the Register of Deeds Office. Kent later returned to Douglas County and served five years as Deputy Register of Deeds before running for office in 2020 and being elected as Register of Deeds.
Kent has a B.A. in English and a minor in Business from the University of Kansas. He also holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Baker University. Kent is a Certified Public Manager, a Certified Register of Deeds, and a Leadership Lawrence alumni.
Kent strives to improve public access to Register of Deeds records, streamline internal processes, and maintain responsiveness to public feedback.