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My daughter, Ayn, will be heading for law school this Fall! She was offered a very nice package covering most expenses of attending the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Most estate planning attorneys like me, especially those of us with a tax background, are quite familiar with “Gainesville” due to its top-ranked graduate tax program, ranked variously first or second in the nation. Ayn is aiming to join its JD/LL.M combo program, although she cannot actually apply to join the combo program until her second year.

Helen and I are very proud of Ayn and have no doubt she will do well at Gainesville. (Isn’t that a great name for a tax school?!) Ayn scored in the 99th percentile on her LSAT and got great grades here at CalPoly SLO (especially after changing her major from Biochem to History). She is well-suited for legal study and has exceptional verbal skills. She actively participated in Model UN throughout high school and successfully completed the International Baccalaureate program. She’s studied many languages and is fluent in both Russian and Ukrainian, thanks to summers with her grandparents in Ukraine, and her mom continuing to speak the languages at home. 

Right now she is a great help to me in my estate planning practice and obviously I hope she will be interested in taking over the practice at some point, but as estate planning is cross-disciplinary, she will benefit from pursuing a number of related disciplines early in her career, including perhaps even litigation although right now she seems to prefer transactions. We are looking forward to see what the future brings.

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