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Ms. O’Riordan is a Summer Associate with Thorn Law Group, where she assists with both civil and criminal tax matters. In her practice, she focuses on both international and domestic tax issues, working with US taxpayers to address tax issues and reduce the cost of coming into compliance with the IRS. Ms. O’Riordan works primarily with individuals who have offshore accounts, assisting in evaluating the best options for that taxpayer and in the process of disclosing offshore accounts through either the OVDP or Streamlined programs.

Ms. O’Riordan is currently the Executive Administrative Editor of the Emory International Law Review. Prior to her work with Thorn Law Group, Ms. O’Riordan has been a student attorney with the Emory International Humanitarian Law Clinic. She has also served as a law clerk in Forsyth County Superior Court.

Publications:

  • Comment, Art Conservation: The Cost of Saving Great Works of Art, 32 EMORY INT’L L. REV. (forthcoming 2018).

Education:

  • J.D. Candidate, Emory School of Law
  • B.A., Wake Forest University

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