We are delighted to announce our Tamisiea Lecturers for 2022 and 2023Professor Lusina Ho, the Harold Hsiao-Wo Lee Professor in Trust and Equity at the University of Hong Kong, will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture in Fall 2023.
Associate Professor Ying Liew of the University of Melbourne Law School, also will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture in Fall 2023.
Professor Gallanis will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture in Fall 2022.
We are delighted to announce our Tamisiea Lecturers for 2021Mr. James A. Casey, the partner in charge of the Private Client/Trusts & Estates practice at Mayer Brown will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture in Fall 2021.
We are delighted to announce our Tamisiea Lecturer for 2020Ms. Suzanne L. Shier, the Wealth Planning Practice Executive and Chief Tax Strategist/Tax Counsel for Wealth Management at Northern Trust, will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture by Zoom in September 2020.
Professor Gallanis Delivers Keynote Addresses in SpainProfessor Thomas Gallanis delivered the keynote address at two conferences in Spain in December. The joint conference theme was "Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth at the Margin of Succession: The Juridical Framework of Will Substitutes." His keynote address was on "Nonprobate Wealth Transfers in the United States."
The first conference was in Barcelona on December 10 at the Colegio de Notarios de Catalunya. The second conference was in Palma de Mallorca on December 12 at the Illustre Colegio Notarial de las Islas Baleares.
Professor Gallanis Delivers 2019 Amakasu LecturesProfessor Thomas Gallanis delivered the 2019 Amakasu Lectures in Trust Law on November 25 and 28 in Tokyo.
The Amakasu Lectures bring world-leading scholars to Tokyo to deliver lectures on trust law. The lectures are funded by the Amakasu Charitable Trust, which was founded on an endowment from the Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation. Prior Amakasu Lecturers from the United States include Edward Halbach of Berkeley and John Langbein of Yale.
The November 25 lecture by Professor Gallanis was titled "The Restatement Third of Trusts: Major Themes and New Directions" and was held at the headquarters of the Trust Companies Association of Japan. This lecture will be published in Japanese in the Association's quarterly journal.
The November 28 lecture was titled "Uniform Trust Law Beyond the Uniform Trust Code" and was held at Chuo University. This lecture will be published in Japanese in the Chuo Law Review.
Professor Gallanis' host was Dean Makoto Arai of the Graduate School of Law of Chuo University.
We are delighted to announce our Tamisiea Lecturers for 2019.Professor Alexandra Braun, who holds the Lord President Reid Chair in Law at the University of Edinburgh, will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture, Testamentary Promises: Wealth Transfers Behind the Scenes, on Friday, September 20.
Mr. William Butler, the global head of the Private Client Practice at McDermott, Will & Emery will deliver a Tamisiea Lecture, Private Client Law: A Practice with an Ever-Changing News Feed, on Wednesday, October 15.
The Dark Side of Codifying the Law of Trusts
In this podcast, Professor Thomas Gallanis discusses his scholarly article in progress on "The Dark Side of Codifying the Law of Trusts" with Professor Nathan Chapman of the University of Georgia School of Law. (Podcast courtesy of UGA Law School and recorded on August 23, 2019.)