honors + affiliations
Fellow, American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
Former Subcommittee Chairman, American Bar Association, Tax Section
Listed, The Best Lawyers in America (1991–2011)
Trustee/Secretary, University of the Arts in Philadelphia
Trustee, Walnut Street Theatre
Trustee, Episcopal Academy
Trustee, La Napoule Art Foundation
Princeton Hayes Palmer Prize, awarded to the highest ranking engineering school graduate
Princeton Class of 1916 Cup, awarded to the highest ranking varsity athlete
Editor, Harvard Law Review
Francis J. Mirabello is a partner in and manager of Morgan Lewis's Personal Law Practice. Mr. Mirabello's practice focuses on estate planning; closely held business planning, including succession planning, philanthropic planning, and shareholder agreements; and federal income, estate, and gift taxation. Mr. Mirabello also regularly handles matters involving charitable trusts, foundations and nonprofit organizations, family law, international tax, and real estate planning.
An active writer and lecturer, Mr. Mirabello has spoken at numerous programs dealing with estate and trust administration and income, and estate and gift tax planning. Recently, he presented "Current Developments in Insurance Trusts" at the New York University Tax Institute and "U.S. Tax Planning for Foreigners" at the University of Miami Estate Planning Institute. Mr. Mirabello also has taught Income Taxation of Estates and Trusts at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and U.S. Taxation of Foreigners at the Villanova Law School Graduate Tax Program.
Mr. Mirabello is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, California, and Florida.
- Harvard Law School, 1978, J.D.
- Princeton University, 1975, B.S.E.