Jill E. Darrow, Chair of the New York Tax Practice, concentrates her practice in tax law, with a focus on partnership transactions, financial services and real estate.
Ms. Darrow advises clients on the tax aspects of limited partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, private equity funds, real estate investment trusts (REITs), carried interests, partnership mergers and divisions, unrelated business taxable income issues, FIRPTA issues and related matters.
Associations and Committees
Ms. Darrow is a member of the Real Estate and Partnership Committees of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association, the Committee on Taxation of Business Entities of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, NAREIT and the New York State Bar Association.
Lectures and Awards
Ms. Darrow is a frequent lecturer and author on such topics as taxation of real estate transactions, partnership tax issues, hedge funds and private equity funds. She is listed in Super Lawyers and Who’s Who in America.
Ms. Darrow received her undergraduate degree (A.B., 1975) from Barnard College, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She received her law degree (J.D., 1978) from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and her LL.M in Taxation (1983) from the New York University Law School.