Bryan Ramdat is an Associate in the Firm’s Corporate Practice Group. He concentrates his practice on general corporate representations of companies, assisting clients with general business matters and mergers, acquisitions and dissolutions, including due diligence, negotiation, drafting and closing transactions.
Bryan is also involved in assisting cannabis companies and entrepreneurs in all stages of the business cycle, from forming the entity to applying for licensure to operate legally in New York.
A graduate of Baruch College with a degree in Economics, Bryan received his juris doctor, magna cum laude from Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. During law school he was President of the Student Bar Association, a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and the Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, and a Long Island Legal Diversity Fellow. Bryan received multiple awards including best Oral Argument in Legal Process, Outstanding Recognition in Property and a CALI award for the highest grade in Corporate Finance. Upon graduation, Bryan received the Exemplary Contributions to the Growth of the Law Center Award; Special Service to the Public & Community Award; Exemplary Dedication and Service to the Law Center for Exceptional Contributions as Student Bar Association President; and the Pro Bono Service Award.
Bryan is the author of the article “The Gender Pay Gap, in Relation to Professional Sports,” which was published in the Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, for which he was a senior staff member. The article discusses the pay inequality in professional sports in the United States, with a concentration on the United States Women’s National Soccer team and their fight for equal pay.
In February 2023, Bryan received Touro’s Student Honor Society Alumni Award for providing an exceptional level of service to the Law Center and serving as a role model for graduating students. In April 2023, he was awarded Alumni of the Year and Mentor of the Year by the Black Lawyers Student Association for his role in giving back to current law students.
Bryan has also served as a coach for the Touro Law Moot Court Honor Society in national competitions and served as a panelist for the Law School Admission Council, where he spoke to prospective law students. He enjoys giving back to the community through pro bono activities including serving as a volunteer attorney in Nassau County’s Landlord/Tenant Court.
In his free time, Bryan enjoys rooting for the Mets, Knicks, and Jets; exploring the New York food scene; and traveling the globe.
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Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Juris Doctor