Robert E. McKenzie Selected as Vice President of the American College of Tax Counsel

Robert E. McKenzie Selected as Vice President of the American College of Tax Counsel

Arnstein & Lehr Partner Appointed to Professional Tax Attorney Association by Colleagues

(Chicago, IL - 2015-02-05)

Chicago Partner Robert E. McKenzie was selected by his colleagues to become vice president of the American College of Tax Counsel on January 31, 2015. In two years he will become president of the organization. Prior to becoming vice president, Mr. McKenzie served six years as a Regent and two years on the Executive Committee.

The ACTC is a professional association of tax attorneys that formed in 1981. Membership is limited to a maximum of 700 tax attorneys across the United States and is an honor reserved for those at the top of their chosen profession. The college’s members, called “Fellows,” are tax lawyers working in private law firms and in house legal departments, teaching tax in law schools, or working in federal or state revenue agencies. They are recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments, professional achievements, and dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Each nominee must satisfy the established criteria and pass a rigorous screening process before he or she becomes a Fellow.