Lauren B. Cramer received a B.A. degree in political science from Northwestern University in 1987 and a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law in 1994. Prior to graduation from Syracuse, Ms. Cramer pursued a career in finance and not-for-profit administration.
In 1995, Ms. Cramer joined McLaughlin & Stern and is admitted to the New York Bar. Her areas of concentration include trust and estate administration, and tax-exempt organization work, focusing particularly on public charities and private foundations as well as general corporate and litigation work.
Her community and professional affiliations include the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Member and New York State Bar Association. Ms. Cramer is currently a member of the board of directors of the Syracuse University School of Visual and Performing Arts (Executive Committee), National Dance Institute (Executive Committee), Ballet NY (Chair), and Impact Theatre (Executive Director and Co-Founder). She has also served as an officer and director of numerous civic and charitable organizations in a pro-bono capacity, advising both private foundations and public charities in issues relating to administration and the law. She has served as a guest lecturer at New York University and Syracuse University.
Her publications include, Choreography, Computers & the Law, Can It Ever Be "en-pointe"? Syracuse University Journal of Legislative Research, Vol. 1, Spring 1995.
Choreography, Computers & the Law, Can It Ever Be "en-pointe"? Syracuse University Journal of Legislative Research, Vol. 1, Spring 1995