David C. Buran was born and raised in Plattsburgh, New York. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1984 from Vassar College, and thereafter earned a Jurisprudence Doctorate from Albany Law School of Union University in 1987.
After working for a year, Mr. Buran returned to school to obtain a second law degree - a Masters of Laws in Taxation - from New York University.
Mr. Buran moved to Vermont in 1992 to join the Burlington, VT law firm of Saxer Anderson Wolinsky & Sunshine, as an associate. Thereafter, in 2000, Mr. Buran co-established his own firm - Anderson & Buran PC, of Burlington, Vermont - which dissolved in 2011 when Mr. Buran left to establish his current firm.
Since 2011, Mr. Buran has been practicing as a solo practitioner from his offices in Colchester, Vermont and Plattsburgh, New York. His practice focuses on tax law/tax resolution, estate planning, elder law and business law/planning.
Mr. Buran is an accomplished amateur musician of over 40 years who plays acoustic guitar, fiddle, mandolin and piano. He is a “frequently seen” spectator at various local music events that showcase jazz, folk and bluegrass music, including the Discover Jazz Festival.