Professor Schenkel teaches Estate and Gift Tax; Estate Planning; and Wills, Estates, and Trusts. Before joining the New England Law faculty in 2006, he was a solo practitioner in North Carolina, providing legal and tax planning services with a specialty in estate planning and administration. Before that, he practiced in Florida. He also served as an assistant professor of business law at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, teaching Legal Environment of Business; Commercial Law; Federal Taxation of Gifts, Estates, and Trusts; and Law and Society. He has published articles on business law and estates and trusts law.
Exposing the Hocus Pocus of Trusts,
45 Akron L. Rev. 61
Planning and Drafting Basics Under the New Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code,
16 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 535
Trust Law and the Title-Split: A Beneficial Perspective,
78 UMKC L. Rev. 181
Testamentary Fragmentation and the Diminishing Role of the Will: An Argument for Revival,
41 Creighton L. Rev. 155
Will a Crummey Beneficial Interest Qualify for an Annual Gift Tax Exclusion?,
in Tax Adviser, AICPA Magazine of Planning, Trends & Techniques
Putting Valuation in Context: Pitfalls and Opportunities in the Current Environment,
in Trusts & Estates: The Journal of Estate Planning
Up the Stream without an Exemption? IRS Chief Counsel Reconsiders Hospital Physician "Revenue Stream" Joint Ventures,
in Fla. Bar J.