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Brad Biren

IQMOP.com
Iowa

About Brad Biren

Brad Biren is an American, gay, Jewish, autistic person and survivor of traumatic brain injury. Brad has an extensive knowledge base with a background in Elder and Tax law and a passion for estate planning & crisis Medicaid planning. One of Brad’s favorite parts of his job is Special Needs Planning—a financial and legal roadmap to help families of diversely-abled people cultivate greater opportunities for their children. Through his innovative and novel use of synergies between tax, law, finance, science, and technology, Brad has leveraged his autism and education to help others within the community. At Cornell University, Brad studied both landscape architecture and plant sciences. He moved to Iowa to attend the University of Iowa College of Law.  Later, Mr. Biren earned his LL.M. in Taxation from Washington University in St. Louis to enhance his expertise. Brad is passionate about working with businesses to show them that autistic people fuel innovation and optimization.

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Work experience

IQMOP.com
COO | Dec 2020 - Present
Johnston Martineau, LLP
Senior Associate | 2017 - 2020
Senior Staff & Attorney
PA Board of Probation and Parole | 2016 - 2017

Education

Washington University in St. Louis
LL.M. (tax)
University of Iowa College of Law
J.D.
Cornell University
B.S.

Conferences

PRACTICE WHAT WE PREACH: ETHICALLY COMMUNICATING WITH CLIENTS AND COLLEAGUES WITH DISABILITIES, Des Moines, Iowa
Jan 24, 2022
The pandemic and the changes it brought to our daily lives and law practices continue to evolve. Our ethical duty to communicate with our clients includes making sure we clearly and accurately communicate with persons with disabilities via virtual platforms and in person. Our moral duty to communica
BE A STRONG VOICE FOR JUSTICE: ETHICAL ADVOCACY FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS, ISBA CLE, Des Moines, Iowa
Dec 19, 2019
Learn ways to help Iowa lawyers from a variety of backgrounds and stages of life succeed. Learn ways to interrupt implicit and explicit bias you may encounter in your day to day legal work. Learn ways to counter the trend of increasingly rude and demeaning behavior through civility interventions. Le
To the Nines: A Celebration of Nine Years of Marriage Equality in Iowa, ACLU, DSM Social Club
Apr 12, 2018
ACLU

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