James Kosakow

Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

James Kosakow

James Kosakow

Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Kove & Kosakow LLC

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1932

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Co-Chair, Trusts & Estates Department at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Chief Financial Officer at The New-York Historical Society

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Partner at Withers LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP

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Partner at Prager and Fenton LLP

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James Kosakow
Partner at McLaughlin & Stern LLP
Education
J.D.
Class of 1984

Cardozo School of Law is a top law school located on lower Fifth Avenue in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Cardozo Law offers approximately 1,100 J.D. and LL.M. candidates a comprehensive legal education in the midst of one of the world’s leading cities for law, business, finance, media and culture. Founded in 1976 by Yeshiva University, one of the finest research universities in the United States, the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law has a national reputation for a top-caliber faculty and an innovative academic program that includes a wide range of exciting and practical opportunities. Cardozo Law takes its academic mission seriously. The school's faculty members are known for being widely-published legal scholars, accomplished lawyers, and accessible teachers. They invite ongoing dialogue with their students—inside and outside of the classroom. Almost half of the faculty hold advanced degrees in other disciplines, making them particularly qualified to provide a well-rounded and rigorous legal education.

Graduate
Class of 1976

Connecticut college educates students to put the liberal arts into action as citizens in a global society.

Memberships
Member
Current

The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) is a voluntary bar association for the state of New York. NYSBA was founded in 1877 with the stated goal to cultivate the science of jurisprudence; to promote reform in the law; to facilitate the administration of justice, and to elevate the standards of integrity, honor, professional skill, and courtesy in the legal profession. Its first President was David B. Hill. Among the reforms in the legislation signed into law creating the association was the removal of the restrictions on the admission of women to the practice of law. In 1896, NYSBA proposed the first global means for settling disputes among nations, what is now called the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.

Member
Current

The Connecticut Bar Association, Inc. (CBA) is the preeminent organization for lawyers and the legal profession in Connecticut. The CBA is a non-profit organization pursuant to section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Through its members, the CBA is dedicated to promoting public service and advancing the principles of law and justice. The CBA was founded on June 2, 1875. (Three years later, CBA representatives held a convention in Saratoga Springs, New York, to consider establishing a national bar association. The creation of the American Bar Association was a direct result of that action by the CBA.) From its creation, the CBA was instrumental in developing and improving court rules and providing quality educational and networking opportunities for its members. Over the next century, the CBA began numerous programs to provide benefits and resources to members and to improve the practice of law. These programs include a formal and dynamic continuing legal education program (CLE); the Connecticut Bar Journal, the organization's official publication; Connecticut Lawyer magazine; the Connecticut Council of Bar Presidents; substantive law sections; and committees. In 1975, with membership at approximately 4,000, the CBA celebrated its 100th anniversary and adopted a new logo representing "equal justice through law." In 1987, the CBA hired its first full-time lobbyist to serve as the members' voice at the state Capitol. In 2001, the organization's legislative area was expanded to two full-time lobbyists and a full-time legislative assistant "to encourage good legislation to the extent that partisan interests are not served thereby and to discourage bad legislation."

Fellow
Current

The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) is a nonprofit association of lawyers established in 1949. Its members are elected to the College by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors. All ACTEC members have made substantial contributions to the field of trusts and estates law through writing, teaching and bar leadership activities. The members work together in a collegial manner to • Enhance their ability to provide the most efficient and highest quality services to their clients; • Develop qualified trust and estate counselors; • Improve and reform probate, trust and tax laws, procedures, and standards of professional responsibility; and • Cooperate with bar associations and other organizations with similar missions.

Career History
Partner
2005 - Current

McLaughlin & Stern LLP is a private company headquartered in New York, NY. The firm provides legal services.

Adjunct Professor of Estate Planning, Center for Professional Education
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The Joseph I. Lubin School of Business is the business school of Pace University. It was named after Joseph I. Lubin, an alumnus and benefactor of the school.[2] The school was established in 1906 as the Pace School of Accountancy to prepare men and women for the CPA exam.[2] The school is located at Pace University's campuses in New York City and Westchester County, New York.

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