Andrew P. Brucker
Schechter & Brucker, P.C., New York
Andrew P. Brucker is a founding partner in the New York City firm of Schechter & Brucker, P.C. where he engages in the practice of real estate law with a special emphasis on issues affecting cooperative corporations and condominium associations. Mr. Brucker has been a member of the Cooperative and Condominium Law Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and has recently been selected as the Chairman of the Committee. Mr. Brucker is a graduate of New York University (BA, 1972), New York Law School (JD, 1975), and New York University School of Law (LLM Tax, 1976). For the last decade, he has been a lecturer at every “Hot Topics” CLE relating to cooperative and condominium matters given by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Mr. Brucker has also been a speaker at seminars sponsored The Cooperator, New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM), and Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC), and has taught the coop, condo and development portion of the New York State Real Estate Broker’s License course at REBNY (Real Estate Board of New York). Mr. Brucker was also a lecturer at the New York University Real Estate Institute where he taught a course in Ethics to managers based upon the Code of Ethics which he co-authored for NYARM. He has created and conducts a CLE course at the annual CNYC meeting on condominium law. He has written numerous articles on cooperative and condominium matters for numerous periodicals, including the New York Law Journal..