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Michele Landolt, DMD
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Michele Landolt, DMD Biography Affiliation

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L. Lane
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L. Lane Biography Affiliation

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Rachel  Lane, PhD
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Rachel Lane, PhD Biography Affiliation

Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation

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Dawn  Laney
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Dawn Laney Biography MS, CGC, Emory University Affiliation

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Bill  Lang
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Bill Lang Biography BBAMIS, VCPI, Milwaukee, WI Affiliation

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Judy Lang, BS
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Judy Lang, BS Biography Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg, OH Affiliation

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Melissa Langa
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Melissa Langa Biography Melissa Langa is a shareholder in the Boston law firm of Bove & Langa, P.C., concentrating her practice in sophisticated domestic and international estate and tax planning, wealth protection strategies, charitable planning, and assisting family businesses, including succession planning. Ms. Langa co-authors the “Trusts and Estates Forum” in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, and is a Lecturer in Law at the Graduate Tax LLM Program at Boston University School of Law where she teaches estate planning. She is the President-Elect of the Boston Estate Planning Council, and is the Chair of the ABA’s Generation Skipping Transfers Committee. In addition to her professional activities, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Friends of Devotion School, the President’s Advisory Committee of Colby-Sawyer College, and the Professional Advisors Committee of The Boston Foundation. Affiliation

Bove & Langa, PC

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Melissa Langa Melissa LangaMelissa Langa is a shareholder in the Boston law firm of Bove & Langa, P.C., concentrating her practice in sophisticated domestic and internationa  (more ...)


Shawn LaPean
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Shawn LaPean Biography Director of Cal Dining for the University of California-Berkely Affiliation

University of California-Berkely

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William P. LaPiana
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William P. LaPiana Biography Education: A.B. summa cum laude Harvard College 1973; A.M. (History) Harvard University 1975; J.D. cum laude Harvard Law School 1978; Ph.D. (History) Harvard University 1987 thesis: “Logic and Experience: American Legal Thought and Legal Education: 1800-1920"; Employment: 1979-1983 Associate, Davis Polk and Wardwell, New York City; 1983-1987 Assistant Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; 1987-1992 Associate Professor of Law, New York Law School; 1992- Professor of Law, New York Law School; 1993- Rita and Joseph Solomon Professor of the Law of Wills, Trusts and Estates, New York Law School; Spring 2002 Visiting Lecturer, Yale Law School (teaching Trusts and Estates); Spring 2007 Visiting Professor, Yale Law School (teaching Trusts and Estates); Spring 2008 Visiting Professor, Yale Law School (teaching Trusts and Estates); Bar Membership: Admitted to the Bar of the State of New York in the Fourth Appellate Department, 11 February 1980; Honors and Awards: University of Pittsburgh Student Bar Association Excellence in Teaching Award, June 1987; Phi Beta Kappa; Professional Organizations: American Society for Legal History (Member, Program Committee for 1999 annual meeting, Member, Board of Directors, 2003-2005); Secretary/Treasurer 2005-2006, Treasurer 2006-2007; New York State Bar Association (Trusts and Estates Law Section; Chair, Multistate Practice Committee, 1997-2000; delegate at large to the Executive Committee, 2000–2004); American Bar Association (Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section; Vice-Chair, Committee A-2, Significant Developments (1998-2002); Chair, Committee I-1, Postmortem Transfer Tax Planning (2002-2003), Supervisory Council (2003-); Academic Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (Committee on State Laws; Committee on Legal Education); Member of the American Law Institute (Member of Members’ Consultative Groups for Restatement (Third) Trusts and Restatement (Third) Property (Wills and Donative Transfers)); Public and Pro Bono Activities: Lecturer on Post-Mortem Planning, Practicing Law Institute program on “The Administration of New York Estates,” October, 1988; Panel Member, Program on 1990 changes to New York transfer tax statute, Meeting of the Trusts and Estates Law Section, New York State Bar Association annual convention, January, 1991; Speaker at monthly meeting of the Columbian Lawyers Association, March 1991, topic: “Common Pitfalls in Basic Estates Practice”; Contributor to the report of the Trusts and Estates Law Section of the New York State Bar Association on the proposed revisions of the Estates, Powers and Trusts Law, November 1991; Speaker at the Sixth Annual Law Seminar of the Archdiocese of New York, January 25, 1992, topic: “Application of Estate and Gift Taxes to Trusts”; Speaker, Seminar on EPTL revisions, Chase Lincoln First Bank, Binghamton, New York, December, 1992; Contributor to the report of the Trusts and Estates Law Section and the Section on Taxation of the New York State Bar Association on the proposed generation skipping transfer tax regulations, April 1993; Panel Member, Program on “The Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax,” Meeting of the Trusts and Estates Law Section, New York State Bar Association annual convention, January, 1994; Ruth Lewinson Memorial Lecture, “New Ideas About Principal and Income,” New York County Lawyers’ Association, April, 1996; Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, August 1996; Lecturer on Income Tax Planning for the Large Estate, Practicing Law Institute program on “Valuation, Taxation and Other Planning Techniques for Large Estates.” March, 1997; Appearance on “Miller’s Law” discussing estate planning, Court TV, June, 1997; Guest Commentator for Court TV coverage of Garcia v. Garcia, July 1997; Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, August, 1997; Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August, 1998; Reporter for the revised Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act, National Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, adopted by NCCUSL on July 29, 1999; Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1999; Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, New York, New York, July, 2000 Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” and “Roundtable on the New Tax Act,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 2001 Speaker at the Sixteenth Annual Law Seminar of the Archdiocese of New York, February 2, 2002, topic: “Summary of the Changes to the Transfer Taxes under the 2001 Tax Act” Panel Member, “Significant Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2002 Panel Member, “Roundtable on Current Developments,” Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, August 2003. Faculty Member, ALI-ABA “Estate Planning in Depth,” presentations on current developments and difficult non-tax drafting issues, 2000-2003 Appointed ABA Advisor to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Drafting Committee on the Uniform Power of Attorney Act, April 2003-July 2006 Elected to the Board of Directors of the American Society for Legal History, 2003 (three year term) Elected to the Supervisor Council of the Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section, American Bar Association, August 2003 (three year term); re-elected August 2006 (three year term) Delegate-at-large to the Executive Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section of the New York State Bar Association, 2001-2004 Speaker at the Eighteenth Annual Law Seminar of the Archdiocese of New York, February 7, 2004, topic: “Property Law and Estate Planning: Overlooked Basics.” Speaker, Third Annual Sophisticated Trusts and Estates Law Institute, November 17, 2005, “New Developments in Disclaimers” Speaker, New York State Bar Association Section of Trusts and Estates Law CLE Seminar on Trust Planning, May 30, 2008, topic: “Revocable Trusts” Speaker, Fifth Annual Sophisticated Trusts and Estates Law Institute, November 9, 2007, “Update: Disclaimers” Writings in Legal History: Review of "Mr. Zenger's Malice and Falsehood"--Six Issues of the New York Weekly Journal, 1733-34, ed. S. Botein, 69 Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 263-264 (1986) “‘A Task of No Common Magnitude’: The Founding of the American Law Institute” 11 Nova Law Review 1085-1126 (1987) “Swift v. Tyson and 'The Brooding Omnipresence in the Sky’: An Investigation of the Idea of Law in Antebellum America" 20 Suffolk University Law Review 771-832 (1986) “Dusty Books and Living History: Why All Those Old State Reports Really Matter” 81 Law Library Journal 33-39 (1989) “David Dudley Field,” in S.L. Schechter and R.B. Bernstein eds., New York and the Union (New York Commission on the Bicentennial, 1990), 629-636. “Victorian from Beacon Hill: Oliver Wendell Holmes's Early Legal Scholarship,” 90 Columbia Law Review 809-833 (1990). “The Legal Culture of the Formative Period in Sherman Act Jurisprudence,” 35 New York Law School Law Review 827-855 (1990) Review of R. Cosgrove, Our Lady the Common Law, 35 American Journal of Legal History 225-227 (1991). “Just the Facts: The Field Code and the Case Method,” 36 New York Law School Law Review 287-336 (1991) “A Jurisprudence of History and Truth: Conservative Legal Thought in the Gilded Age,” 23 Rutgers-Camden Law Journal 519-559 (1992) Review of The Documentary History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800: Volume IV: Organizing the Federal Judiciary, Legislation and Commentaries, 37 New York Law School Law Review 467-473 (1992) “Logic and Experience: American Legal Thought and Legal Education: 1800-1920" unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, 1987 Logic and Experience: The Origin of Modern American Legal Education, Oxford University Press (1993) “Thoughts and Lives” [review essay of White, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and Gunther, Learned Hand], 39 New York Law School Law Review 607-635 (1994) “Honor Langdell,” [reply to Carrington, “Hail, Langdell”] 20 Journal of Law and Social Inquiry 761-764 (1995) Review of A Nation Under Lawyers: How the Crisis in the Legal Profession Is Transforming American Society by Mary Ann Glendon, 15 Law and History Review 419-420 (1997) Review of Patterns of American Jurisprudence by Neil Duxbury, 41 American Journal of Legal History 127-128 (1997) Review of Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry, Beyond All Reason: The Radical Assault on Truth in American Law, H-Law, H-Net Reviews, August, 1998. URL: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=25935902341120. “Langdell Laughs,” [reply to Kimball, “Tell the Students I Entertain Heretical Opinions”], 17 Law and History Review 141-144 (1999) Review of N.E.H. Hull, Roscoe Pound and Karl Llewellyn: Searching for an American Jurisprudence, H-Law, H-Net Reviews, May, 1999. URL: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=27042927145926 Review of Nicholas Lemann, The Big Test: The Secret History of the American Meritocracy, H-Law, H-Net Reviews, August, 2000. URL: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=16647966265537. Review of Harold Hyman, Craftsmanship and Character: A History of the Vinson and Elkins Law Firm of Houston, 1917-1997, 20 Law and History Review 215-216 “Merit and Diversity: The Origins of the Law School Admissions Test,” 48 St. Louis University Law Journal 955-990 (2004) Writings in the Law of Wills, Trusts, and Transfer Taxation Books: Disclaimers in Estate Planning: A Guide to Their Effective Use (Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law of the ABA, 1990) (with R.A. Brand) New York Wills and Trusts, Third Edition (2 vols.; Shepard's/McGraw Hill, 1990) (with J.G. McQuaid and F.W. Streng) (and annual supplements 1991-2000) Klipstein and Bloom, Drafting New York Wills (2 vols; LexisNexis) contributing author, Ira M. Bloom principal author (revised semi-annually) Articles: Software Review of “Estate Tax Planner,” from Aardvark/McGraw-Hill 6 Journal of Law and Commerce 411-417 (1986) “Using Disclaimers Adds More Flexibility to ‘Escape Clauses’ for Taxable Insurance,” 13 Estate Planning 278 (1986) (with R.A. Brand) “Final Disclaimer Regulations Offer Flexibility in the Use of General Powers of Appointment for the Marital Deduction,” 65 Taxes—The Tax Magazine 133 (1987) (with R.A. Brand) “Chapter 20: Powers of Appointment,” in D.L. Crumbley, ed., The Handbook of Estate Planning (Dow Jones-Irwin, Inc., 1988). “Post-Mortem Planning,” in Introduction to the Administration of New York Estates 1988 (PLI, 1988) “Charitable Remainder Trust Drafting--Beyond the IRS Forms,” 20 Tax Management Estates, Gifts and Trusts Journal 188-191 (1995) (with Jerry J. McCoy) “The Income Taxation of New York Resident Trusts,” 68 New York State Bar Journal 30-35, 58, (1996) (with Eileen C. Schwab) “Estate Taxation,” in Taxation for the General Practitioner , ed. Richard V. D’Alessandro (New York State Bar Association, 1999) “Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests,” 14 Probate & Property 57-61 (January/February 2000) “State Responses to the Repeal of the State Death Tax Credit,” 37 Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning, (T. Portuando, ed) (2003), chapter 7. “Some Property Law Issues in the Law of Disclaimers,” 35 Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal (Summer 2003), 207-239 Other: Editor, “Keeping Current—Probate” column for Probate & Property published by the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section of the American Bar Association (1994-) Conferences and Symposia: Wills, Trusts, and Transfer Taxation “Federal and New York QDOT Provisions,” annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Law Section, January 1991. Panelist, 1992 program of the AALS Section on Donative Transfers, Fiduciaries, and Estate Planning, "Teaching Drafting Skills," January, 1992. “The Basics of the Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax,” annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Law Section, January 1994 “Selecting the Trustee of the Irrevocable Trust: Tax Considerations,” fall meeting of the New York State Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Law Section, October, 1995 “Modern Coverture,” paper delivered at the annual meeting of the International Bar Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September, 1998 “A Will for Ursula,” paper on drafting United States wills for foreign nationals presented at the Fifth Annual International Wealth Transfer Techniques Seminar, International Bar Association, London, England, February, 1999 “Protecting Ursula,” paper on the use of trust protectors for United States trusts presented at the Sixth Annual International Wealth Transfer Techniques Seminar, International Bar Association, London, England, March, 2000 “Disclaimers: The Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act (1999),” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, New York, New York, July, 2000 “State Responses to the Repeal of the State Death Tax Credit,” presented at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Heckerling Estate Planning Institute, Miami Beach, Florida, January, 2002 “Using Powers of Attorney,” workshop presentation with Prof. Linda Whitton, Forty-First Annual Heckerling Estate Planning Insitute, Orlando, Florida, January, 2007 Legal History: “Principles and Procedure: The Roots of Langdell's Science of Law,” paper delivered at Duquesne History Forum, October, 1985 “Uses of Legal History,” paper delivered at annual convention of the American Association of Law Libraries, July, 1987 Commentator, session on Nineteenth Century Tort Law, at annual convention of the American Society for Legal History, October 1990 “Nineteenth Century Legal Culture and the Sherman Act” paper delivered at symposium on Antitrust Law as Public Interest Law, New York Law School, November, 1990 Commentator, session on Aspects of the Law of Nuisance in Mid-Nineteenth Century America, at annual convention of the American Society for Legal History, October 1993 “Merit and Diversity: The Origins of the LSAT,” Keynote Speech, 50th Anniversary Meeting of the Law School Admissions Council, May, 1998 Commentator, session on Nineteenth-Century Legal Education, at annual convention of the American Society for Legal History, October, 1998 “The Issue of Codification in 19th Century United States Law,” Coloquio Internacional Comemorativo: 140 Anos de Codigo Civil Portugues de 1867, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, November 15-17, 2007. 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M. Laporte
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