McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (MLA) announces the addition of Elizabeth Bawden to the firm’s Corporate practice in California.  Based in Los Angeles, Bawden’s experience includes implementing complex estate plans for high net worth clients, counseling clients with respect to intra-family wealth transfers, advising and assisting trustees and estate executors concerning all phases of probate and trust administration, and establishing and representing private foundations, public charities and other types of tax-exempt organizations. Joining the Private Client Services team as a partner, she is the tenth addition to MLA’s Corporate practice this year.

“Elizabeth is an excellent addition to the firm,” said Wayne Bradley, Corporate Department Chairman. “Her practice and skillset align well with the client growth we are experiencing in Private Client Services in Southern California.”

“MLA’s Private Client Services team is a recognized leader in this area of law, particularly in Southern California,” said Bawden. “With a depth and breadth of experience that varies from business succession planning to estate and tax planning to fiduciary litigation, I look forward to complementing our client service offering with my practice.”

Bawden is certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization as a legal specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law and is currently adjunct faculty at the UCLA School of Law teaching Estate and Gift Tax. She is frequently featured as a speaker at continuing education programs. She has been named multiple times as a “Southern California Rising Star” by Super Lawyers magazine. In addition, she has been selected by Southern California’s Outstanding Young Lawyers as among the “Top Women Attorneys” in 2012 and 2013.


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