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Emory Law School to Offer Course on Income Taxation of Trusts & Estates
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11/6/2015 at 6:25:32 PM GMT
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Emory Law School to Offer Course on Income Taxation of Trusts & Estates

 

For the first time in two dozen years, in Spring 2016 Emory Law School is offering a J.D. course on the Income Taxation of Trusts, Estates, Grantors, and Beneficiaries.

 

Because a number of former students and practitioners in Atlanta have said that they wished such a course had been available when they were in school, we're offering to allow “Friends of Emory” to attend this course gratis. “Friends” is loosely defined to include Emory degree-holders (not just from the law school), parents of Emory students (past or present), donors, and other who have some kind of connection. There is an easy way for most anyone who is interested to qualify.

 

All that we ask is for an indication in advance of the desire to attend, so that we can assign the appropriate sized classroom. That indication of interest should be emailed to Pat Thomas, at PTHOM07@emory.edu.

 

Class will meet for 12 weeks beginning January 4, every Monday from 5 to 7 pm, at the law school. Parking at that hour is free in the deck behind the law school. So it ought to be relatively easy for anyone who is interested to attend.



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