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2014-2015 Leadership
ACTEC Foundation President Martin Hallby Martin Hall,
ACTEC Foundation President

Officer of the ACTEC Foundation for a three-year term (ending in 2017):
Martin Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, President
Officers of the ACTEC Foundation for a one-year term:
L. Henry Gissel, Jr., Houston, Texas, Vice President
Susan T. House, Pasadena, California, Treasurer
Charles D. Fox, IV, Charlottesville, Virginia, Secretary
Of Note
ACTEC FOUNDATION SUPPORTS VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW SPRING 2014 SYMPOSIUM, “THE ROLE OF FEDERAL LAW IN PRIVATE WEALTH TRANSFER”
The Vanderbilt Law Review Spring 2014 Symposium, “The Role of Federal Law in Private Wealth Transfer,” will give in-depth consideration to a growing trend of federal involvement in an area of law traditionally reserved to the states. The event, which is supported by a grant from the ACTEC Foundation, will be held on Friday, February 21, 2014, at Vanderbilt University Law School.
ACTEC ANNOUNCES 2013 MARY MOERS WENIG STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION WINNERS
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC©) has announced the winners of the 2013 Mary Moers Wening Student Writing Competition. Law students were invited to submit original, unpublished papers examining a broad range of topics in the trust and estates and related taxation areas. The competition was made possible by a grant from the ACTEC Foundation
Mission and Vision
The ACTEC Foundation promotes: (a) scholarship and education in trust, estate, tax and related areas of the law by supporting scholarship to improve the law and by encouraging teaching, careers and life-long learning in the area; and (b) civic engagement of individual Fellows of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel through programs and activities which serve the general community, including those who are at risk and underserved.
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