A member of the firm’s Corporate Services practice group, Greg Chriss is skilled in tax law and estate planning.
With a background in economics and an advanced legal degree in taxation, Greg is an incredibly knowledgeable resource for his clients, providing counsel on tax implications and compliance. He also advises on succession planning, using key tools and strategies to protect his clients’ assets, as well as employee benefits and executive compensation matters.
Greg’s experience counseling low-income taxpayers lends to his knowledge of IRS disputes, and as such has experience preparing memos, affidavits and supporting documents, and compromise offers.
Further, Greg has robust transactional and even international tax law experience, providing guidance on tax policy, treaty provisions and tax avoidance.
Before joining Armstrong Teasdale full time, Greg was a law clerk at the firm. He also worked as a student attorney at the Washington University School of Law Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic where he represented low-income taxpayers in connection with tax controversies. In addition, Greg held various tax- and legal-related internships at firms in Virginia and Washington, D.C.
- Washington University School of Law (J.D., 2019)
- Primary Editor, Washington University Jurisprudence Review
- Washington University School of Law (LL.M., 2019)
- Pennsylvania State University (B.S., 2015)
- Dean’s List
- Microeconomics Teaching Assistant
- Black Law Students Association
- ABA Young Lawyers Division
- ABA Section of Taxation
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Craftibility Foundation, Board Member