Arnold Bloom

Attorney in Boston, MA
Author: "Consideration of Leasebacks Under 1950 Revenue Act," 31 Boston University Law Review 482; "Real Estate Tax Abatements in Massachusetts," New England Law Institute, 1980. Student Contributor, Boston University Law Review, 1950. Professor, Boston University Law School, 1975—.
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Areas of Law

  • State, Local and Municipal Taxation
  • Sports Law
  • Real Estate

 

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Experience & Credentials

Position

Of Counsel

Admission Details

Admitted in 1950, Massachusetts
1951, U.S. Tax Court

Law School Attended

Boston University
Class of 1950
J.D.

University Attended

Boston University
Class of 1947
B.S.

Birth Information

Born in 1926
Boston, Massachusetts, April 25, 1926

Associations & Memberships

Boston (Chairman, Committee on Municipal Taxation, 1976-1985) and American (Member, Sections on: Corporation, Banking and Business Law; International Law) Bar Associations.

Contact Information

Phone

617-456-0500


Office Information
Arnold Bloom
Of Counsel
 175 Federal Street,
Boston, MA 02110

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