Eric Feldman

After graduating from Georgetown Law in 2008, Eric worked as a Commercial Litigation associate at Hogan Lovells US LLP in New York City, actively litigating lender liability, international tort liability, and copyright royalty matters. Subsequently, Eric worked as a Staff Attorney at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP representing a major international investment bank in class action shareholder derivative lawsuits.

Eric spent the last five years as the Co-Founder, COO, and General Counsel of Braven Brewing Company, a Brooklyn-based craft brewery startup. He established all phases of Braven’s operations from the ground up, including negotiating and executing distribution, production, financing, intellectual property, equipment rental, and real estate agreements. Working with his co-founder, Eric also managed the long-term brand development and marketing projects of the company. Eric understands firsthand the pressure and legal considerations of small business operations.

In addition to his small business focus, Eric has experience advising and working with both local and international non-profit organizations. From 2010-2011, Eric served as a Human Rights Attorney with International Bridges to Justice, preparing grant applications, focusing on program management, and deploying training programs from the organization’s headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland and a remote office in Panadura, Sri Lanka. From 2011 – 2012, Eric also served as a Director for Music Crossing Borders, designing organization-wide strategy for a community development non-profit.

Eric received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2008 and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Hamilton College in 2003.

Admissions

New York, 2009

Education

Georgetown University, 2008 J.D.

Hamilton College, 2003 B.A.