Alexandra Piscionere


About Alexandra

  • Bio
  • Bar Admissions
  • Education

My practice focuses on representing the interests of condominiums and cooperatives in litigation involving a wide array of challenging issues, ranging from breach of contract disputes to claims of discrimination in housing and accessibility issues. I also work with the firm’s attorneys on providing day to day general counsel advice to our clients.

Prior to joining Braverman Greenspun, I was Director of Investigations at the Westchester County Human Rights Commission, leading investigations in housing discrimination and resolving claims through conciliation and drafting determinations. In that capacity, I worked closely with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and was the keynote speaker at multiple Continuing Legal Education programs and outreach programs on civil programs on civil rights topics. From December 2013 to December 2014, I was the Law Clerk to Francis A. Nicolai, Retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, and, thereafter, to Janet C. Malone, Acting Justice of the Supreme Court of Westchester County. I am also a trained mediator.

  • New York, 2013
    • 2nd Department
    • Southern and Eastern Districts
  • District of Columbia, 2014
  • New England Law, Boston, 2012, J.D.
  • George Washington University, 2009

Fun Facts

Alex is a French and English tutor and a freelance French literary translator. She is also proficient in Russian, Italian, and Spanish.
Alex is a member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association International Section and is Co-Chair to the International Human Rights Committee. She has moderated human rights panels in Guatemala and South Korea.