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  • Education
    • Advanced Professional Certificate in Taxation, New York University School of Law, 2018, Estate Planning
    • J.D., University of Chicago Law School, 2013, The University of Chicago Legal Forum, Senior Comment Editor 
    • M.S., Hunter College, 2010, Education
    • B.A., summa cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, 2008, with distinction

Christina N. Cahill focuses on advising on the tax aspects of charitable giving, philanthropy and representation of domestic and international nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. Christina is a member of the Strategic Nonprofit Solutions team, which helps nonprofits and other social impact-oriented organizations and individuals solve their most crucial strategic, administrative and development challenges.  She provides counsel and education on qualifications for tax-exempt status, board governance practices and policies for financial and legal compliance. With deep experience in tax-exempt organization issues and management, state regulatory compliance requirements, and donor advised fund (DAF) legal administration, Christina is passionate about providing a personalized approach to organizations and individuals to allow clients to focus on maximizing philanthropic impact.

Christina also leverages her background in mergers and acquisitions, litigation and complex government matters to provide strategic counsel to clients regarding corporate transactions and entity structuring.

She has also worked with individual clients on estate planning, tax and property law aspects of trusts and estates, and estate administration.

Before attending law school, Christina was a Teach for America corps member in New York City, where she taught 4th grade in the South Bronx.

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Presenter, ALI CLE Webinar
November 26, 2019
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Presenter, ALI CLE Webinar
September 24, 2019
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What No One Told You About Nonprofit Fundraising: Legal Pitfalls and Best Practices to Avoid Them
Speaker, ALI-CLE, Webinar
September 24, 2019