Justin Stone is an associate in the firm's Tax & Estates Practice Group and practices in the firm's New Orleans office. Mr. Stone's practice focuses on state and local tax controversies, legislative and administrative issues, incentives, and planning which encompass multi-state income, franchise, sales, use, and local ad valorem
He is also a founder and editor of Cooking with SALT, a legal blog committed to providing timely insights on recent legal and practical developments concerning clients in many state and local taxing jurisdictions on matters involving income, franchise, net worth, gross receipts, sales/use, business and occupational license, severance, ad valorem property, and other miscellaneous taxes.
Mr. Stone is a 2012 graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center where he received his Master of Laws in Taxation, Certificate in State and Local Taxation, and served as a LL.M. editor of The Tax Lawyer: The State and Local Tax Lawyer.
Mr. Stone received his juris doctor degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2011 and was a senior editor and symposium respondent of the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy. During law school, Mr. Stone clerked for Chief Judge Starzynski of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Mexico. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science from Clemson University in 2008.
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