Bram Schumer is an attorney at BraunHagey & Borden. His practice focuses on a wide range of complex civil litigation.

At Columbia Law School, he was a staff editor and Development Editor for the Columbia Law Review, a teaching assistant in constitutional law for Christina Duffy Ponsa, and a research assistant for Bert I. Huang. Bram was also an active member of the Columbia OutLaws, and organized a service trip for law students with the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Prior to law school, he worked at Google and Apple, and interned for Obama for America in Chicago in 2012.

Before joining BraunHagey & Borden, Bram was an associate at a civil litigation firm focusing on securities and copyright law.


Bram grew up in Vermont, and moved to San Francisco in 2017. He enjoys photography, creative writing, and surfing, and is an amateur baker.

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Law School
J.D. from Columbia Law School
• Editor for Columbia Law Review

B.A. in Psychology from New York University, magna cum laude
• Minor in creative writing

Member of State Bar of California