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Charlotte Moses Fischman, an accomplished litigator with extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration, serves as Kramer Levin’s General Counsel.
Ms. Fischman regularly consults on ethics and professional responsibility. She is Chair of an Attorney Grievance Committee for the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court, First Judicial Department, having previously served as a member of its Departmental Disciplinary Committee and Special Counsel to the Policy Committee. She also served on the Commission on Statewide Attorney Discipline of the New York State Unified Court System, and previously was a commissioner of the New York State Ethics Commission of the Unified Court System. In prior years, Ms. Fischman taught ethics and professional responsibility as an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School.
Ms. Fischman’s commitment to the community includes past service on the boards of The New York Community Trust and The September 11th Fund. She is also President Emeritus of the National Alliance on Mental Illness – New York City Metro Chapter. Ms. Fischman has sat on many committees of the New York City Bar Association, including its Executive Committee, and also served on the board of directors of the Legal Aid Society and the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund. Ms. Fischman also served on the board of trustees of Brandeis University. She remains closely affiliated with Columbia Law School.