Patricia Weisgerber joined M. Robinson & Company in August 2014 as a Tax Associate. Her practice focuses on federal, state and international tax law. Prior to pursuing a career in tax law, Patricia worked in the financial services industry for more than twenty years. This experience included providing services and expertise to institutional and high-net worth clients and contributes to her understanding of complex tax issues.
Patricia graduated from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in Business and Financial Services Law with Distinction as well as Pro Bono Honors. She was a recipient of the Rappaport Center's Consumer Law Fellowship and president of the Women's Law Association in her third year. Patricia received her LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University School of Law.
Currently, Patricia is an Alumni Board of Director for Suffolk University Law School, serves as chairperson for the Philanthropy Committee of the Boston Trusts and Estate’s Consortium, and participates on the International Law Committee at the Boston Bar Association. Additionally, she has been a guest speaker for Strafford Publishing, Lorman Educational Services, the AAA-CPA and other groups on tax law topics ranging from foreign retirement plans to charitable planning. Her blogs on these and other topics can be found at the Massachusetts Tax Alert blogsite.
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