Matthew “Max” Van Benschoten is an associate in the Tax Strategy & Benefits Practice. During law school, Max interned with various organizations, including a large utility company and the Internal Revenue Service.

    Prior to attending law school Max interned as a research analyst for the Arizona House of Representative’s Committee on Ways and Means. During that time, he worked with elected members to analyze proposed tax legislation and presented factual findings to committees and caucuses. His undergraduate studies focused on economics, political science and environmental science.

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    Education

    • New York University School of Law, LL.M., Tax, 2019
    • Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law, J.D., 2018
    • University of Arizona, B.A., 2015

    Admissions

    • Arizona, 2018
    • CALI Excellence Award in Business Organizations
    • Michael Brophy Tuition Scholarship
    • 2018 Tax Student of the Year, Arizona Bar Association’s Tax Section
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