Your Online Legacy: Estate Planning in the Digital Age
How do you manage, transfer, and protect your digital property, and how can digital assets be given as charitable gifts?
Panelists Edward W. Felten, Princeton’s Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs; and nationally recognized trusts and estates attorneys T. Randolph (Randy) Harris ’72 and Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78 discussed these issues at a panel during Reunions 2015.
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Edward W. Felten
Edward W. Felten, Princeton’s Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs and founding director of the University’s Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP), was named on May 11, 2015, deputy chief technology oficer in the White House Office of Science and Technology. He is an authority on computer security and privacy and related public policy issues.
T. Randolph (Randy) Harris ’72
T. Randolph (Randy) Harris ’72, is a partner with McLaughlin & Stern LLP in New York City. He co-chairs his firm’s trusts and estates department and is an adjunct professor at New York University. He was named a “super lawyer” in the 2014 New York Metro Super Lawyer magazine, and is a member of Princeton’s Planned Giving Advisory Committee.
Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78
Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78, is a partner in the Silicon Valley, New York, and Palm Beach offices of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, where she is the chair of the law firm’s Estates, Trusts and Tax Planning practice. A frequent lecturer and seminar leader, she was recently nominated for Wealth Management Lawyer of the Year by the Chambers USA guide. She advises private clients and is a member of Princeton’s Planned Giving Advisory Committee.