Donald Braman

Donald Braman

Donald Braman

Associate Professor of Law


Email: Donald Braman
Office Phone: (202) 994-0572
Fax: (202) 994-1087
2000 H Street, NW Washington DC 20052

Donald Braman joined the law school faculty in 2006. Prior to joining the faculty, he was the Irving S. Ribicoff Fellow at the Yale Law School. His article “Punishment and Accountability,” was published by the UCLA Law Review in 2006. Professor Braman teaches Criminal Law and Evidence.

In the News

"A Group of Women Took Switzerland to Court Over Climate Inaction—and Won"

Inside Climate News quoted Donald Braman noting corporations and businesses' responsibility to the health of the general public.

"Should Big Oil Be Tried for Homicide?"

Inside Climate News quoted Donald Braman explaining the laws of homicide and the accountability Big Oil should be held to knowing the risk putting the public in.

"The War on Cities"

The New Yorker quoted Donald Braman in a story about criminal code, legal language, and the introduction of “car-jacking” as a legal category.