Date Submitted: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:45:29 GMT

LAW 825 v00 : Estate Planning: Special Topics in Transfer Tax

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ejb34 Beckwith, Edward
LAW 825 v00: Estate Planning: Special Topics in Transfer Tax
Estate Planning: Special Topics in Transfer Tax
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Special Requirement


Federal Income Taxation (formerly Taxation I), Decedents’ Estates or equivalent, or concurrent enrollment in Wills & Trusts; Income Taxation of Trusts, Estates, and Beneficiaries; Estate and Gift Tax.


Students pursuing the Estate Planning Certificate must attend a mandatory Introductory Session on and take Income Taxation of Trusts, Estates and Beneficiaries, Estate and Gift Tax, and Special Topics in Transfer Tax. Students not pursuing the Certificate may take one or more of the classes, but also must attend the Intro Session even if they only take one class.
Withdrawals are permitted up until the last class for this specific course.
JD students: This course requires Professor Permission to enroll. Please contact Ellis Duncan via email at no later than August 1, 2018 for permission to take this class.

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Personal Information


Professor Beckwith is a partner with Baker & Hostetler LLP, where he specializes in tax and business counseling with an emphasis on personal wealth planning and charitable transfers. He created, and for 19 years, Chaired the Advanced Estate Planning Institute within the Continuing Legal Education department at the Georgetown Law Center. Professor Beckwith has served as a Regent at the American College of Trust and Estate Council as well as State Chair in the District of Columbia f and Chair of its Charitable Planning and Exempt Organizations Committee and its special Study Committee on Philanthropy. He has served as the President of the ACTEC Foundation and heads Baker & Hostetler's Tax-Exempt Practice Group.

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