B.A., cum laudeState University of New York at Albany, 1983
J.D., Albany Law School, 1986


James E. Braman has over 30 years’ experience practicing law in the Capital Region. His practice includes counseling home builders, developers and lending institutions in commercial real estate and residential real estate transactions, including matters related to real estate law, corporate law, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Braman also has extensive experience in commercial leasing transactions and in representing Realtor® at the state and local levels, counseling on business and not-for-profit organizational and governance matters, agency law, antitrust law, contract law, fair housing law, and in developing legislation. Mr. Braman represents real estate licensees in disciplinary proceedings before the New York State Department of State and has lectured widely on the subject of real estate brokerage. Mr. Braman regularly presents continuing education courses for attorneys and real estate licensees to meet their real estate license requirements.

Among Mr. Braman’s clients are county boards, Realtor® associations, commercial real estate developers and commercial landlords.

Mr. Braman is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Albany County Bar Association.