I worked on my first project for KDG before I graduated from law school. So, after graduating in 1999, I went to work at KDG as an attorney and have been with the firm ever since. My practice focuses on corporate transactions, entity formation, tax planning, and advising non-profit corporations and private foundations on organizational and tax matters.
||What do you find rewarding about being a lawyer?|
||It is very rewarding to help KDG clients work through the issues and challenges they face and come up with creative solutions.|
|Book I'm reading:
||Confessions of Max Tivoli by Andrew Sean Greer|
||Three kids who act like monkeys – seriously, we have an adorable Beagle named Fred.|
||China Garden in Bakersfield|