Brian F. Abramson has been a life-long resident of Michigan. He attended Michigan State University, graduating with honors with a baccalaureate degree in economics in 1989. He subsequently worked in banking for about three years and then attended law school. The University of Detroit Mercy Law School awarded him his Juris Doctor degree in 1996. He worked throughout law school as a law clerk in the firm of Gordon, Cutler, and Hoffman.
Upon graduation from law school and passing the Michigan bar exam, he began to work in private practice and he has been partner in the law firm of Rose & Abramson, P.C. since September 2000. His legal expertise is primarily focused on representing people charged with felonies and misdemeanors. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the federal district court (eastern district of Michigan), the Criminal Law Section of the State
Bar, and the Suburban Bar Association. Hundreds of current and former clients have been successfully represented by him in various trial courts throughout Michigan.
He is known by his colleagues and judges he practices before as an assertive, responsive, and analytical practitioner in criminal defense law.
On a personal note, he has been married since 1993, and has three children. He enjoys spending time with family, outdoor activities, traveling, and he is an avid sports enthusiast.
His work ethic is unmatched. He is eager to assist any person who faces the daunting uncertainties of being charged with a felony or misdemeanor criminal offense. He finds great satisfaction in helping people through their legal uncertainties.