Marjorie Ellen Gallagher is an associate of the regional tax law firm Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP. Marjorie earned her B.A. in Classics from Northwestern University in 2010 with a minor in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. She earned her J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2014 and went on to earn her LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2015.
At Northwestern, Marjorie was Secretary of Eta Sigma Phi Classics Honor Society and a member of the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. While working toward her Juris Doctor, Marjorie was Research Editor on the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal. Additionally, she was Teaching Assistant to Professors Harwell Wells and Duncan Hollis in Introduction to Transactional Skills. Marjorie also worked as an extern at the Internal Revenue Service in Philadelphia. Furthermore, Marjorie had the opportunity to represent clients in connection with their health care issues involving estate planning and Social Security disability appeals while working as a Clinical Legal Intern for the Temple Law Elderly Law Project and the Temple Legal Aid Office. As she was earning her LL.M. in taxation, Marjorie was a student editor on the Florida Tax Review under the tutelage of Martin J. McMahon, Jr.
The focus of Marjorie’s practice is federal taxation of partnerships, s-corporations, and limited liability companies; business transactions; income and estate tax planning; probate; and trust, estate and guardianship litigation.