Provided by Austin Bramwell
Mr. Bramwell’s practice focuses on advising individuals and families in their domestic
and international estate and charitable planning. He also advises nonprofit
organizations, including private foundations and public charities, on tax, compliance,
best practices, and organization, as well as strategic matters, such as acquisition and
de-accessioning of artwork and design and implementation of charitable programs. Mr.
Bramwell represents corporate and individual fiduciaries in trust and estate
administration matters, including in litigations. In addition, he represents taxpayers in
contested proceedings with the Internal Revenue Service and other taxing authorities.
Adjunct Professor of Law, New York University School of Law; Senior Advisor, U.S. Treasury Department Office of Tax Policy (2017-18); Clerk, 10th Circuit Court of Appeals (2004); Co-Chair, Estates and Trusts, Executive Committee of the Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association (beginning 2019); Member, American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel (elected 2015 in first year of eligibility).
High Net Worth
Austin Bramwell "is one of those people who eats, sleeps and breathes trust and estate law," states a market commentator. Bramwell is highly rated for his substantial experience advising high net worth clients on tax and estate planning. Several interviewees praise his technical approach to matters, with one noting: "Austin is a very bright lawyer with a great eye for the technical details of cases." Another comments: "I think very highly of him. He comes up with very creative and innovative ideas. He is an excellent tax mind."
Austin Bramwell is "a thought leader," says a source, who adds: "He is absolutely amazing and dynamic." Bramwell is hugely well regarded among market sources. An interviewee enthuses: "He's super smart, super personable and such a delight. He is so collaborative and straightforward. He is fantastic."