The American Bar Association Section of Taxation announced the recipients of the 2018-2019 John S. Nolan Fellows during the Section’s May Meeting in Washington, D.C. Nolan Fellows are young tax lawyers who are actively involved in the Section, have demonstrated leadership qualities, and commitment to the Section’s mission.
The six 2018-2019 Nolan Fellows are:
Giselle Alexander, Dickinson Wright, Phoenix, AZ;
James Creech, Law Offices of James Creech, San Francisco, CA;
Yongo Ding, Miller & Chevalier, Washington, DC;
Frank DiPietro, Indiana Legal Services, Bloomington, IN;
Jeffrey Dirmann, Agostino & Associates, Hackensack, NJ;
Anne Gordon, PWC, McLean, VA.
“We are pleased to announce these young lawyers as our Nolan Fellows for 2018-2019,” said Karen L. Hawkins, Chair of the Section of Taxation. “Nolan Fellows are young lawyers and those new to tax practice who have demonstrated exceptional leadership ability and a commitment to the Tax Section mission. We hope they will remain active with the Tax Section for many years to come.”
The one-year fellowship includes waiver of meeting registration fees and assistance with travel to Section meetings. For more information about the Nolan Fellowship program, visit the Section website, http://www.americanbar.org/groups/taxation/awards/nolans.html. ■