Robert Barandes graduated from Harvard Law School (J.D. 1972) and magna cum laude from Union College (B.A. 1969).
Mr. Barandes has a general corporate practice, concentrating in Securities Law and Secured Transactions both in the United States and internationally, and an entertainment practice concentrating on live stage theatre representing both talent and producers since the initial production of “Grease” on Broadway in 1972. He has lectured on the subject of producing for the live stage at Yale University and the Commercial Theatre Institute, and published a brief treatise on the topic of financing live stage productions in the Columbia University Art and Law Review.
Robert Barandes is recognized in New York Magazine as one of New York City's "Top Area Lawyers".
Mr. Barandes is a member of the New York Bar, and is admitted to the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.