Jennifer Smith offered advice to students interested in trusts and estates careers
WILMINGTON, DE (October 6, 2020) – McCollom D’Emilio Smith Uebler LLC partner Jennifer Smith participated in a virtual Widener Law School Career Panel on October 6, 2020 with Anthony Dohring, Tax Attorney for the Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council (DCRAC), and Margret O’Neill, a CPA whose practice focuses on estate planning.
Smith, Dohring and O’Neill provided career advice based on their own experience in the trusts and estates and tax fields from different perspectives. Panelists discussed the different paths available to attorneys including private practice, government and teaching. Widener Law students asked the panelists for guidance on their career paths as they prepare to enter the workforce in a historic time.
This presentation was hosted by the Widener Law School Tax & Estates Society. The society was established to encourage law students to learn about the specialized areas involved in trusts and estates and tax planning.
About McCollom D’Emilio Smith Uebler
McCollom D’Emilio Smith Uebler is a Wilmington-based law firm specializing in trusts, estates, and tax; business transactions; and litigation. With a commitment to responsiveness, strategic thinking, and efficiency, the firm represents both corporate and individual clients in transactional and litigation matters. The firm was founded in 2018.
About Widener Law School
Widener University is a metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal attention, applied leadership and experiential learning are key components of the Widener experience. Its Delaware Law School is the First State’s only law school, providing juris doctor, legal graduate and paralegal degree programs with an emphasis on developing legal professionals who reflect the Delaware Way and its traditions of civility, integrity and mutual respect. The school offers signature programs in corporate and business law, environmental law, family health law and policy, and trial advocacy.