Join the Trusts & Estates Group as we pay tribute to Glenn G. Fox of Baker McKenzie and UJA’s life-saving work in response to Covid-19. Celebrate 30 years of communal leadership and honor Glenn by making a gift, participating in our commemorative journal, and attending the virtual event on June 3.
Glenn G. Fox
Partner, Baker McKenzie
See our list of generous corporate sponsors.
We are deeply grateful to our event chairs and committee for their leadership.
Glenn G. Fox is a partner of Baker McKenzie's Wealth Management and Tax Practice Groups and a member of the firm’s Global Tax Wealth Management Steering Committee. He is a domestic and international tax, estate planning, and tax-exempt organizations lawyer with vast experience working with closely held businesses, families, and charitable organizations from the US and overseas.
Glenn is a member of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, for which he is New York Downstate chair-elect; the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, for which he is New York Branch co-chair; the NYSBA House of Delegates; and UJA-Federation Trusts and Estates Group. He is ranked in Chambers Private Wealth Law and has been recognized by The New York Times as a "New York Super Lawyer"; in Who's Who Legal, Private Client; by US News; and by Legal 500 US.
Glenn received his LL.M. in taxation from New York University in 1994; his J.D., cum laude, from Albany Law School of Union University in 1990; and his A.B. from Cornell University in 1987. He is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Glenn grew up in Maplewood, New Jersey. He lives in Montville, New Jersey, with his wife, Randee, and served as president of their local synagogue, Pine Brook Jewish Center. Glenn's love for Randee and his three sons, Ethan, Parker, and Noah, is truly the inspiration for everything he does. Similarly, the love of his late parents, Edwin and Ruth Fox, made him and his brother Ross into the persons they are today. Glenn's son Ethan is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a software engineer at Capsule. Parker is a recent graduate in chemistry from Franklin & Marshall College, and Noah is a rising sophomore at Franklin & Marshall.
Journal Ad Deadline: Monday, May 3, 2021
Full Page: file size of 5.5˝ (width) x 8.5˝ (length) with a live area/ design area of 4.5˝ x 7.5˝
Ads at silver level and above can be color or black & white. White page ads must be black & white and non-bleed. Please send digital files as both press-resolution PDFs and 300 DPI JPEGs. Faxes or photocopies cannot be accepted. If UJA-Federation is mentioned in the ad, please note it’s spelled with a hyphen and without the article the. Ads submitted should contain a congratulatory message and not promote or advertise a business.
For more information on the commemorative journal, please contact Alexandra Ruben at .
We are deeply grateful to our event chairs and committee for their leadership. See full list.
Trust & Estates Group Leadership
Kevin Matz, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Frank Levin, TD Wealth
Hannah Mensch, Ehrenkranz & Ehrenkranz LLP
Nancy Shavel Gabel, Evercore Wealth Management
Jackie Garrod, Northern Trust
Alex Waxenberg, Fox Rothschild LLP
Next Generation Trusts & Estates Leadership
Shifra Herzberg, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Jillian E. Merns, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Ariel Nelson, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Lauren J. Rocklin, Bank of America Private Bank
Sean R. Weissbart, Blank Rome LLP
Amy Altman, Samantha Anderson, Orly Apelboim, Susan Taxin Baer, Emily Belfer, Ninette Bordoff, Sherri Cohen, Martin Danoff, Ronni G. Davidowitz, Mitchell Drossman, Pamela Ehrenkranz, Jeff Feinstein, Glenn Fox, Gary Freidman, Bradley Glick, Alan Halperin, Alan Hirschfeld, Caryn Keppler, Beth Kerwin, Ellyn Kravitz, Stanley S. Leffler, Jerome L. Levine, Jessica Nachman, Jonathan K. Pollack, Stewart Pollak, Sara Rabi, Joshua Rubenstein, Michael Shapiro, Jonathan Shenkman, Seth Slotkin, Peter Stambleck, Alan Swerdloff, Ivan Taback, Cheryl Tager, Zena Tamler, Lois Tilton, Jay Waxenberg, Daniel Yarmish, Jay Ziffer