Dean Daniel B. Rodriguez, of the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, recently announced that Kim Kamin, Gresham’s Chief Wealth Strategist and one of its Principals and client Advisors, has been awarded the 2016/2017 William M. Trumbull Lectureship. Since it was established in 1977, there have been only 11 past recipients of this honor.
Ms. Kamin started teaching at the Law School in 2003. She has taught Advanced Trusts and Estates, Fiduciary Income Tax, and for the past three years, Estate Planning in a course through the LLM in Tax Program that is cross listed for law students.
Dean Rodriguez thanked Ms. Kamin and others who were appointed to named professorships for their hard work and commitment to the Law School’s core teaching and research mission. The chair to which Ms. Kamin was named was established by the estate of William M. Trumbull who was a member of the Law School’s faculty from 1952 to 1965.
Prior to joining Gresham, Ms. Kamin was a partner with a large Chicago-based law firm where for many years, she advised clients on a wide array of entity restructuring, succession planning, trust and estate administration, asset protection, and philanthropic issues. Ms. Kamin received her BA from Stanford University and her JD from the University of Chicago Law School.