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Employment History

Member of the Young Lawyers Section

Chicago Bar Association


Affiliations

Committee Liaison


Education

The John Marshall Law School


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Condeluci, A Summer Associate, Wins National Tax Law Moot Court Competition

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Washington D.C.-Christopher Condeluci, a summer associate for 2001 and 2002 with the Washington D.C. office of Buchanan Ingersoll, and his teammate Joseph Yonadi won the 2002 Albert R. Mugel National Tax Law Moot Court Competition sponsored by the University of Buffalo Law School.Condeluci and Yonadi argued before United States Tax Court Judge Renato Beghe, Second Circuit Senior Judge Ellsworth A. Van Graafeiland, and a United States District Court Judge from New York in their successful bid for first place.Condeluci and Yonadi are students at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.Condeluci is one of the few student members of the American Bar Association Taxation Section, and may have been the first law student to speak at the Taxation Section's annual meeting in August of 2001, when he addressed the Federal Trade Commission's privacy rules.Interested in pursuing employee benefits law, he is also a member of the Young Lawyers Section of the Chicago Bar Association, serving as committee liaison to their Employee Benefits Task Force.


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