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Diane J. Stoeberl, Esq., LL.M.

Senior Counsel | Nonprofit & Estate Planning Practice

Diane J. Stoeberl serves as Senior Counsel at FPLG, and is a member of the firm's nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations and estate planning practice groups.

Ms. Stoeberl has over 20 years of experience representing tax exempt organizations, as well as advising individuals with regard to estate planning and trust administration. During law school, Ms. Stoeberl served as an Editor of the Cornell Law Review, and as a research assistant for Professor Robert S. Summers. After law school, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jonathan H. Link, a Superior Court judge in Kenai, Alaska.

Ms. Stoeberl lives in Crozet, Virginia, and enjoys reading, walking, and spending time with her family and friends.

Admissions

  • New York Bar
  • New Jersey Bar
  • Virginia Bar

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Cornell Law School (cum laude)
  • Editor, Cornell Law Review
  • Bachelor of Arts, Cornell University

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Charlottesville Area Planned Giving Council
  • Central Virginia Estate Planning Council
  • Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association
  • Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce
9.15.2022
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San Diego Cause Conference

University of San Diego

The San Diego Cause Conference brings together executive leaders, marketers, donors, and social entrepreneurs of the region’s top purpose-driven businesses, organizations, and nonprofits. For over 20 years, Cause Conference™ has been a driving force for positive social impact through the sharing of ideas and strategies to build a more humanitarian community. It is a place for individuals and organizations from for-profit and nonprofit sectors to engage and collaborate. Founded and hosted by AMA San Diego, Cause Conference inspires for-profit businesses to become more community conscious, striving for social enhancement beyond the scope of traditional business transactions. We show businesses that promoting social good also improves profitability, employee morale, and public perception. We empower nonprofit organizations to become more self-sufficient by leveraging strategies typically used in the for-profit sector.

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