Britt Burner, Esq. is a Partner at Burner Prudenti Law, a women-owned full-service boutique trust & estates and elder law firm serving clients from New York City to the East End. Since joining the firm in March 2014, she has been the driving force behind the firm’s Manhattan office, focusing her practice on elder law and estate planning.
Britt has distinguished herself as a leading elder law and estate planning attorney in the New York area, most recently being recognized in the 2023 Best Lawyer rankings for Elder Law and Trusts & Estates in Manhattan.
In 2016 Britt was named as a “Brooklyn Star under 40” by Star Network, which honors young professionals in Brooklyn under 40 years old who exemplify outstanding leadership skills, not only in their chosen fields, but also in their community. In 2017 she received the honor of being named an “Outstanding Woman in Law” by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. In 2020, Britt was named a Caregiver’s Champion by CaringKind.
Britt is active in the Elder Law community, previously serving as the immediate past-Chair of the New York City Bar Association Committee on the Legal Problems of the Aging, and now serving as the Chair Elect of the Elder Law and Special Needs Planning section of the New York State Bar Association. She previously served as Chair of the Legislation Committee, Vice-Chair of the Medicaid Committee and as the Production Editor of the section’s journal. She is also a member of the New York State Bar Association in the Trusts and Estates section. Britt frequently lectures to consumer and professional groups, including presenting Continuing Legal Education content for attorneys.
In addition to her Bar Association responsibilities, Britt is a Charter Member of the Advisory Council for The Katz Institute for Women’s Health at Northwell.