I joined Braverman Greenspun in 2021 and my practice primarily focuses on representing the interests of my clients in a wide range of transactions and litigation involving cooperatives and condominiums.
Prior to joining the firm, I worked as a paralegal for the Queens District Attorney’s office where I assisted Assistant District Attorneys in major felony trials and, as such, was able to obtain a bird’s eye view of the workings of a trial from jury selection through verdict.
Before going to law school, I followed two generations of family members working as an ironworker. I was a member of the Metal Lathers Local 46 union. I worked on the construction of high-rise buildings, bridges, and other major municipal projects. The knowledge of the construction industry I obtained as an ironworker is a great asset when assisting the firm’s clients with construction-related matters.