May 2008 • Vol. 28 No. 5 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

William Norman to Receive Taxation Section’s Dana Latham Award

Make luncheon reservations now.

The Taxation Section has selected William K. “Bill” Norman as recipient of its prestigious Dana Latham Award for lifetime achievement in the field of taxation law. Norman will be honored at the section’s annual award luncheon on June 6 at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel. Arthur “Kip” Dellinger, C.P.A., partner at Kallman and Co. LLP in Los Angeles, will be the luncheon’s featured speaker. 

At the luncheon, the section also will honor the memory of Dean M. Weiner, who died in February after a long illness. Weiner was a retired partner at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP; an adjunct professor of tax at Loyola Law School; a former section chair; and an active contributor to the educational and outreach programs of the section and other tax professional groups.

About William Norman. Bill Norman has practiced tax law for 40 years and is currently a partner at Ord & Norman, where he counsels clients in international business transactions, cross border trade and investments, and personal wealth transfer planning. He has given more than 400 lectures on these subjects at seminars across and outside the country, and contributed articles to publications including the Journal of Taxation, International Tax Journal, USC Tax Institute, and others. He has lectured on international taxation at Golden Gate University for more than 30 years, where his students selected him as Outstanding Teacher of the Year in Southern California, and also has developed and taught taxation courses for the Advanced Professional Program at the University of Southern California, UCLA Extension, California State University at Los Angeles, the California CPA Foundation, and other organizations.

In addition to service as chair of the Taxation Section (and on other LACBA sections and committees), Norman has held more than 28 officer positions on tax and business committees for the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association, the State Bar of California, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and the Beverly Hills Bar Association.

Norman received his A.B. and J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, and his LL.M. (Taxation) from New York University.
 




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