Brittney Herman is in the firm’s Tax and Estate Planning section. In her practice, she represents exempt organizations seeking to obtain or maintain tax-exempt status. Her practice is focused on multiple aspects of international, federal, state, and local taxation, with a focus in tax-exempt organizations. She advises clients with a variety of tax structures, with experience representing clients from several industries, including public charities, private foundations, health care entities and systems, and industrial businesses. Brittney provides a range of guidance on complex tax rules and regulations, ensuring that tax exemptions, entity structures, and transactions follow all applicable guidelines. Her experience has included advising and assisting clients with the formation and operation of nonprofit organizations, large gift transactions, and tax concerns relating to mergers of small businesses.

Previously, Ms. Herman worked as a faculty research fellow at Brigham Young University Law School where she co-taught a class and wrote a book about Abraham Lincoln’s legal career and leadership as president.

Ms. Herman graduated with distinction from Georgetown University Law Center with an LLM in taxation. She received her JD degree cum laude from J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University. She completed her undergraduate degree at Tennessee Technological University, where she graduated at the top of her class with a degree in English and a music minor.

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