Herman, Paul R.
Paul has more than 40 years of experience helping wealthy families - both U.S. and non-residents - minimize the impact of gift and estate taxes and obtain the benefits of asset protection. He also advises public charities and private foundations.
Paul has served on the boards of several publicly supported charities, and currently is an officer and trustee of the Jewish Braille Institute. He lectures on estate planning and tax law developments for business and educational organizations, including the New York Practicing Law Institute, New York University Law School, and for charitable organizations. His articles on estate planning, including planning for charitable donations, have appeared in various publications.
After graduation from law school, Paul served as Law Clerk to Judge Harold R. Medina of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Columbia Law School, LL.B., 1961, Harlan Fiske Scholar, James Kent Scholar, Columbia Law Review
Columbia College, Phi Beta Kappa