Arielle Borsos Named ABA 2019 Nolan Fellow
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Arielle Borsos Named ABA 2019 Nolan Fellow

Date: 5/14/2019

Caplin & Drysdale is pleased to announce that the American Bar Association's Section of Taxation has named Arielle Borsos a recipient of the esteemed Nolan Fellowship for 2019-2020. The award honors six outstanding young tax lawyers from across the nation who have shown significant contribution, service, and leadership. Ms. Borsos is the fifth Caplin & Drysdale attorney to receive this distinction, following Dianne Mehany in 2015, Zhanna A. Ziering in 2013, Rachel L. Partain in 2012, and Niles A. Elber in 2009.

Clark Armitage, President of the Caplin & Drysdale, remarked "We are proud to have another Nolan Fellow within the firm and we congratulate Arielle on this well-earned achievement." Ms. Borsos added, "I am honored to receive the Nolan Fellowship. The ABA Tax Section provides the opportunity to engage with other tax practitioners on important trends and legal developments, and I look forward to continuing my involvement in the Tax Section.”

Ms. Borsos has been with Caplin & Drysdale since 2013, and assists individuals and corporations on matters involving inbound U.S. and outbound international tax and tax controversies. She received her J.D. and LL.M. in tax from New York University School of Law.

About The Nolan Fellowship

The Nolan Fellowship is named for the late Jack Nolan, a dedicated and respected Tax Section member, who distinguished himself through high-profile tax reform initiatives. Mr. Nolan served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy and as Chair of the Section.

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