Ray Madoff

Professor of Law at Boston College Law School

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Professor of Law at Boston College Law School, specializing in estate planning, and author of Practical Guide to Estate Planning and the forthcoming Immortality and the Law: The Rising Power of the American Dead

Ray Madoff on KCRW

The most popular charity in America is United Way. The second most popular charity is Fidelity Charitable.

Charitable Giving and Donor Advised Funds

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A conservative columnist reports that we're in " the second great Gilded Age ."
A liberal author warns that "a bloated over-class can drag down
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