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Larry Katzenstein: Partner at Thompson Coburn LLP
Larry Katzenstein is a nationally recognized authority on estate planning and charitable gift planning, and a longstanding champion of the Council. He is a partner at Thompson Coburn LLP; his practice concentrates on estate planning and charitable giving, and representation of tax-exempt organizations. Larry is a frequent speaker on gift planning across the nation, and an annual anchor presenter for several American Bar Association-American Law Institute estate planning programs. Larry also speaks at many national tax institutes and nonprofit organizations to share his expertise in tax law on charitable gifts. He graduated from Harvard School of Law and is an adjunct professor at Washington University School of Law, where he teaches both estate and gift taxation, and fiduciary income taxation classes.
To provide great value and to serve as a resource to our membership, SLCCGP will launch a ten-week pilot project called “Office Hours”. As a benefit of your membership, these virtual events are free to members and will be limited to 10 member participants and two facilitators who will serve as resources for discussion and will provide suggestions or answers.
Office Hours will offer an informal setting where planned giving professionals can get questions answered and gain new ideas and insights from colleagues and leaders in the industry. They will be scheduled on ten consecutive Fridays from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. beginning on September 18 and ending on November 20.
We hope you will consider joining us for Office Hours by registering using the links provided.
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Donor Engagement During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Information for maintaining donor engagement during these turbulent times. LINK
Strategic Planning For Mission Success
Information on Strategic Planning for Adverse Scenarios. LINK