Professor Myers Named Academic Fellow For American College of Trust and Estate Council
School of Law
The Board of Regents of the American College of Trust and Estate Council (ACTEC) recently named UND School of Law professor Bradley Myers an Academic Fellow of the College. There are fewer than 70 Academic Fellows in the College.
Myers currently serves as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Research and is the Randy H. Lee Professor of Law. He joined the UND Law faculty in 2001 and teaches trusts and estates, income taxation, taxation of business entities, and estate planning. Myers received both a B.S. and a M.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles, a J.D. from the University of Oregon and an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University.
ACTEC is an organization of more than 2,600 trust and estate lawyers and law professors who have been elected by their peers in recognition of having made outstanding contributions to the practice of trust and estate law. The College brings together top lawyers in the profession to maintain a high quality of trust and estate legal services through mutual education, to create and foster networking among those lawyers based on the highest order of trust and confidence and to contribute to the improvement of the areas of law in which trust and estate lawyers practice.
The substantive areas of expertise and experience represented in the College include estate planning, probate and estate and trust administration, protective intervention and guardianship administration, transfer tax laws, income tax laws that affect individuals and trusts, elder law, charitable planning, employee benefit planning and fiduciary litigation.
Rob Carolin. "Professor Myers Named Academic Fellow For American College of Trust and Estate Council" (2017). UND News Archive. 1487.