Five years ago, law firm Ohrenstein & Brown had its offices on the 85th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower, just eight floors down from where an American Airlines jet sheared into the building in the first terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001.

Like other former tenants of the ill-fated towers, Ohrenstein & Brown partners have expressed pride at how their firm, which lost two members of its support staff, dealt with the experience. In an interview with Newsday marking the fourth anniversary of the attacks, founding partner Michael Brown said of the experience: “You find out how resilient you are and how resilient the people in this office are.”

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