Marcus A. Ernst

Hervé N. Linder

Blandine V. Baudin

William B. Kerr

Jay A. Soled


Outside Tax Law Advisor

Professor Jay A. Soled is a tenured professor at Rutgers University and is director of its Masters of Taxation Program.  He is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, and New York.  Professor Soled is a member of the Essex County (Section of Taxation) and American Bar Associations.  A magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Haverford College, he holds a Juris Doctor degree from University of Michigan School of Law, cum laude, and a Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the New York University School of Law where he was an editor of the Tax Law Review.  He has published numerous law review articles that have appeared in the Alabama Law Review, The American Journal of Tax Policy, The Arizona Law Review, Boston College Law Review, Boston University Law Review, The Brigham Young Law Review, The Connecticut Law Review, Florida Tax Review, Indiana Law Journal, Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal, Tennessee Law Review, The Tax Lawyer, Virginia Tax Law Review, and The Wisconsin Law Review.  In addition, Professor Soled has several articles published in the CPA Journal, Journal of Taxation, Estate Planning, Journal of Accountancy, Estate Planning Magazine, ABA Experience Journal, Tax Management Portfolio and the New Jersey Law Journal.  Finally, Professor Soled is the editor of two estate planning books, both published by the American Bar Association, entitled Estate Planning for Lawyers (2002) and a forthcoming book entitled A Practical Guide to Estate Planning (2011), and he has written chapters in both Estate Planning Techniques (JK Lasser, 1994) and New Jersey Inheritance Tax (Gann Law Books, 1995).  In 2010, Professor Soled had an op-ed appear in The New York Times.