Alanna D. Bravman graduated in 1991 with a B.A. from Boston University. After relocating to Minnesota, she obtained her J.D. from Hamline University School of Law in 1998. During law school, Attorney Bravman was a student director of the school’s General Practice Clinic and clerked for Judge R.A. (Jim) Randall, Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Upon graduation, she worked for a Boston law firm specializing in insurance defense litigation where she focused on the defense of asbestos, toxic tort and product liability actions. In 1999, she found her niche when she began working for a small. Boston-area firm focusing on personal injury, criminal defense and domestic relations litigation. There, she obtained significant experience practicing before the many courts of the Commonwealth and, in particular, the Probate and Family Courts of Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Barnstable and Worcester counties.
After taking time off to raise her children, Attorney Bravman returned to the practice of law working for a boutique firm in Needham where she focused exclusively on family law. Her re-entry into the field has come with much life experience and a renewed zeal for representing clients in all aspects of domestic relations law.