|Robert E. Schulman||Of Counsel|
Attorney Robert E. Schulman is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut (1994), State of New York (1995), Washington DC (1997), U.S. District Courts – Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and Japan (2001) – Gaikokuho Jimu Bengoshi (Registered Foreign Solicitor) #336, Inactive.
Robert graduated in May 1990 from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA with a B.B.A., Finance and Minor in Spanish, including study abroad at the University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain in the Spring of 1989. He received his Juris Doctorate Degree from Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY in June 1994.
Robert joined the family law firm, Schulman & Associates, in 2003. After two years as a full time attorney with the firm, he returned to corporate law. He continues to maintain his status as an Associate with the firm.
His prior experience includes:
Litigation Associate in a downtown New York City law firm, specializing in complex tort litigation;
Transactional Associate in a prominent Japanese law firm in Osaka, Japan, specializing in cross-border commercial transactions, joint ventures, licensing, and international dispute resolution.
In his spare time, Robert enjoys training in martial arts, which he has done for over thirty years. Robert is fluent in Japanese; he is Past Director and Treasurer of the Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
Areas of Practice
Mergers & Acquisitions
District of Columbia, 1997
New York, 1995
Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York – J.D. – 1994
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia – B.B.A. – 1990
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association, 1994 – Present
Connecticut Bar Association, 1994 – Present
Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association, 1997 – Present
District of Columbia Bar Association, 1997 – Present
Past Employment Positions
Raskin & Kremins, LLP, New York, NY, Litigation Associate, 1995 – 1997
Ohara Law Office, Osaka, Japan, Transactional Associate, 1997 – 2003
Pro Bono Activities
representation of clients Pro Bono, 2003 – Present