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BUIES CREEK, NC—The Southeastern Trust School at Campbell University has provided professional development to thousands of financial and legal professionals during the last five decades. Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Elie Foy served as a faculty member at the Southeastern Trust School’s current session, teaching on “Federal Estate, Gift and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes.”

The Southeastern Trust School is a program for bank trust officers and managers, as well as other employees of investment companies, brokerages, accounting and law firms, retirement plan providers, and benefits administrators. Topics include employee benefits, compliance and ethics, fiduciary law, investments, IRAs and operations management of specialty assets.

The current session is taking place May 31-June 7.

Elie Foy is a board-certified specialist in estate planning and probate law with extensive experience working with clients to effectively transfer wealth, whether during life or upon death. With more than a decade of legal experience, Foy practices in the areas of estate planning, wealth preservation and estate and trust administration. She recently completed a term as president of the Wake County Estate Planning Council.