Konstantin Burshteyn Esq.
646-569-9769 (New York)
631-388-7396 (Long Island)
Konstantin Burshteyn joined Pulvers, Pulvers & Thompson, LLP as a trial attorney in the Spring of 2013. After managing his own private practice, Mr. Burshteyn joined Pulvers, Pulvers & Thompson to continue his zealous advocacy and maintain his dedication and commitment to helping clients achieve maximum results.
Originally from Odessa, Ukraine, Mr. Burshteyn emigrated to Brooklyn, New York in 1989. Growing up in New York City, Mr. Burshteyn became inherently well versed in the concerns and obstacles that each client faces. Mr. Burshteyn has consciously made it a point to get to know each client individually in order to be able to most effectively address their unique concerns and represent them throughout their litigious journey.
Konstantin graduated from Baruch College Campus High School with a High Honors Regents Diploma. He subsequently went on enroll at the State University of New York at Albany, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and a Minor degree in Educational Studies. While at SUNY - Albany, Konstantin was vice-president of Sigma Chi fraternity, a member of the Albany hockey team, and an intern at the New York State Assembly, working directly for former Assemblymember and former Deputy Superintendent of the New York Liquidation Bureau - Jonathan Bing. In 2009, Konstantin graduated cum laude from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. Throughout law school, Konstantin was a member of the Student Bar Association, as a representative-at-large, and helped pioneer a legal outreach program to lead students to New Orleans in order to assist in the pro-bono legal counsel of unrepresented residents and to aid those impoverished New Orleans residents still suffering from the fallout of Hurricane Katrina. In addition to work done at school, Konstantin held intern positions at the FDNY Bureau of Investigation and Trials as well as the New York County District Attorney's Office.
Konstantin presently resides in New York City, where he can often be found as an active participant in New York Urban Professional and Lawyer League Basketball leagues.
In My Own Words
My name is Konstantin Burshteyn. For lack of a more creative nickname, many of my friends, colleagues, and clients call me Kon. You have read about my background and my educational history, all of which have shaped me into the passionate, and compassionate attorney I am today. I have developed an innate ability to share my clients concerns and to use my legal knowledge to provide them with the most effective representation.
I made a conscious decision to leave my growing solo practice and to join the prestigious firm of Pulvers, Pulvers & Thompson because I believe that the diligent advocacy that the firm offers mirrors that which is imbedded in my own passion for effective representation. I am committed to our mission, and our goal in achieving the greatest results for our clients
"I want you to open the case, and when you are doing it, talk to the jury as though your client's fate depends on every word you utter. Forget that you have any one to fall back upon, and you will do justice to yourself and your client." - Abraham Lincoln
Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Huntington, New York
- J.D. cum laude
- Honors: Member, Student Bar Association
- State University of New York, Albany, New York
- Major: Political Science
- Minor: Educational Studies
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New York City Bar Association
- New York County Lawyers Association
Past Employment Positions
- New York State Assembly, Intern
- FDNY Bureau of Investigation and Trials, Intern
- New York County District Attorney’s Office, Intern
- Sigma Chi