Bram D. Weber is one of Long Island’s most active real estate attorneys with relationships stretching from Long Island’s East End to Manhattan. Bram’s practice is focused on commercial real estate development law, representing clients seeking development approvals before boards and agencies at all levels of government as well as in all aspects of transactional practice. Bram’s clients include prominent local and national private development companies, REITs, public and private homebuilders, national retailers, financial institutions, and entrepreneurs.
Bram was the first recipient of the Larry A. Silverstein UJA-Federation Young Real Estate Executives (REX) Award and received UJA-Federation of New York’s prestigious Elaine K. Winik Young Leadership Award. Additionally, Bram serves on the Board of Directors of the Long Island Builder’s Institute (LIBI) and provides pro-bono legal counsel to LIBI’s charitable arm, Long Island Home Builder’s Care Development Corporation, which builds houses for American war veterans on Long Island. Bram also serves on the Boards of Directors of the Long Island Real Estate Group (LIREG), Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism – The Martin C. Barell School, and on the Associate Board of the Association for a Better Long Island (ABLI). Bram was recognized as a rising business star by Long Island Business News and as a leader in New York’s Jewish Community by The Jewish Week.
Bram received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and American Studies in 1997 from Brandeis University, where he was Captain of the Swimming and Diving team from 1995 to 1997, and a Juris Doctor degree in 2000 from Hofstra University Law School, where he was Managing Editor of Notes and Comments for the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal.