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Paul, Weiss Partners With Brooklyn A to Support Low-Income Taxpayers

Paul, Weiss partnered with Brooklyn A to host the firm’s first Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC). Brooklyn A is a nonprofit providing quality legal services to individuals and community organizations through neighborhood-based legal representation and advocacy. The LITC, housed within Brooklyn A’s Consumer & Economic Advocacy program, assists low-income taxpayers in federal and New York State tax disputes and related matters. The clinic also educates low-income taxpayers and those who speak English as a second language about taxpayer rights and responsibilities.

Over the next few weeks, teams of Paul, Weiss attorneys will assist clients by preparing offers in compromises to the IRS and/or the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance. Seventeen Paul, Weiss transactional attorneys are participating in this clinic.

The clinic is supervised by tax partners Robert Killip and Reuven Garrett. Paul, Weiss volunteers include tax counsel Shane Milam and associates Jeremy Kelly, Morgan Savige, Jacob Cohen and Dylan Boan; corporate counsel Lyudmila Bondarenko and associates Jamal Bailey, Robin Chang, Jude Farah, Jimmy Zhou and Angela Gu; executive compensation associates Makesi Buddy and Will McNally; real estate associate Jay Zwick; and, restructuring associate Nick Krislov. The clinic is coordinated by pro bono attorney Emily Donohoe.

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