Centennial Professor of Law at Vanderbilt Uniersity, Professor Schoenblum has established himself as one of the world's preeminent scholars and experts on cross-border private wealth transfers. In addition to publishing several well-received books and articles, Professor Schoenblum has delivered a number of leading lectures, including the Norton Rose Lecture at Oxford, the Paolo Fresco Lecture at the University of Genoa, and the Nottingham Lecture.
Professor Schoenblum joined Vanderbilt's law faculty in 1977 after practicing law at Willkie Farr Gallagher and clerking on the Second Circuit for Judge Edward Lumbard.
J.D., Harvard Law School (1973)
A.B., Johns Hopkins University (1970)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
U.S. Estate and Gift Tax Treaties (Portfolio 851)
Bilateral Transfer Tax Treaties describes the purpose, operation, and construction of the 17 transfer tax treaties to which the United States is a party.
Family, Kinship, Descent, and Distribution (Portfolio 858)
This Portfolio examines in detail the interaction of estate planning and family, kinship, descent, and distribution.
U.S. Estate and Gift Tax Treaties (Portfolio 6896)
This Portfolio describes the purpose, operation, and construction of the 17 estate and gift transfer tax treaties