A list of articles by Ms. Epstein appears below.
Phyllis Horn Epstein is a graduate of Temple University, and received both her J.D. and Master of Laws in Taxation from its School of Law. In 2013 Ms. Epstein was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. Ms. Epstein is the recent past- Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Bar Association serving from May of 2011 - 2014. She is the recipient of the 2014 PBA Presidential Achievement Award for her service as Treasurer for ensuring the best financial security for PBA members.
An active member of the American Bar Association Section on Taxation Phyllis is Chair of the Individual and Family Tax Committee and a member of the Committee on Court Procedure. She has served as Editor of the Section Newsletter, a publication of updated tax information and tax matters which is distributed quarterly to the Section's 25,000 members nationally. Ms. Epstein is the liaison to the ABA's Commission on Women for the ABA's Section on Taxation. She has been a member of the Publishing Board of the Law Practice Management of the ABA and the Publications Board for the ABA's Commission on Women serving on the editorial boards of Perspectives Magazine and the Goal III Annual Report.
Ms. Epstein has authored numerous articles on tax and corporate matters for various legal publications and is a co-author of the CCH Federal Income Tax Service recently included in its tax internet service provided to tax professionals. She has been a member of the faculty of continuing legal education programs on various tax matters and has appeared to speak at the ABA Tax Section Conferences, Smeal College of Business of the Pennsylvania State University, the Annual Statewide Pennsylvania Liaison Working Together Conference, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the National Business Institute, Young Lawyers' Division of the American Bar Association, Amnesty International, the New Hampshire Women's Bar Association, the 13th Annual Conference of Feminist Law Professors, Temple University's Beasley School of Law, and the Pennsylvania Bar Minority Bar Committee Conference.
In addition to serving on the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Board as Treasurer Ms. Epstein been a member of the PBA's House of Delegates and Nominating Committee. She has served as Co-Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession, Supervising Editor of the Commission's publication, Voices and Views from 2004 - 2011, and has served for many years as a member of the Commission's Executive Council.
Phyllis serves as a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Working Together Conference Steering Committee, "A Joint Effort of Public & Private Tax Professionals" which "promotes the positive ongoing relationship between the tax practitioner community and two taxing agencies, the Internal Revenue Service and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue." Ms. Epstein has been a speaker at Working Together conferences which are co-sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service, PA department of Revenue, PA Institute of Certified Public Accountants, PA Society of Public Accountants, PA Society of Enrolled Agents, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Association, and PA National Association of Tax Professionals.
Phyllis is a participant in the IRS/Pennsylvania Practitioner Liaison with Senior IRS Stakeholder Outreach representatives for the advancement of practitioner systemic & procedural problem solving.
Ms. Epstein served on the executive board of the Business Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association was the Supervising Editor of its newsletter, The Insider, and Supervising Editor of the newsletter, Beacon, for the Women's Commission of the Philadelphia Bar Association.
Ms. Epstein is the author of Women-at-Law: Lessons Learned Along the Pathways to Success, published by the American Bar Association Press, a finalist in the ForeWord Magazine's Book of the year Award. She is a contributing author of chapters on taxation to the recent publication Issues Affecting Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Clients (Pennsylvania Bar Institute 2009, 2013, and 2016). Ms. Epstein is also a contributor the The Road to Independence published in 2011 by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession which charts the careers of 101 women attorneys who started their own law firms. From her extensive survey of more than 500 women lawyers Phyllis has published her article "Where are Senior Women Attorneys" which is available on the web.
In 2010, Ms. Epstein was named as a Vision 2020 Ambassador to participate in a decade-long national project inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting the right of suffrage to women. The goal of Vision 2020 is to move toward gender equality and to inspire new generations of leadership.
Phyllis is a member of the Adult Intellectual Disabilities Development Campaign for Holy Redeemer Health Systems in Huntington Valley, Pennsylvania and a mentor of enterprising young students with the Young Entrepreneurs Association. Ms. Epstein also served on the Board of the Louis Brandeis Law Society.
Ms. Epstein's practice is in tax planning, estate planning, tax controversy matters before the IRS and in the Tax Court, trust and estate management, Orphan's Court litigation, corporate transactions, and elder law.
You may e-mail Ms. Epstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.