Chris Moran focuses primarily on tax planning and nonprofit law. Chris assists clients with planning significant charitable gifts and setting up new charitable entities. He also supports public charities, private foundations, educational institutions, healthcare organizations, and trade and professional associations on a broad array of tax and corporate issues.
In his work with nonprofit organizations, Chris has advised clients on the standards for managing endowments and complying with gift restrictions, the formation of nonprofit and for-profit affiliates, and the corporate and tax consequences of consolidations, mergers, and restructurings. Chris also has experience in counseling U.S. charities on tax and financial issues related to their activities in foreign countries.
Chris participates in a variety pro bono matters, particularly with low-income taxpayers, nonprofit organizations, and expungement of criminal records. He earned his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in 2015, and received a BA, cum laude, from Wheaton College, where he also played varsity baseball.