Brian Balduzzi works as the Operational and Planning Innovation Manager for Wilmington Trust Emerald Advisory Services, a strategic wealth planning experience for entrepreneurs and executives. In addition, he has worked as a Tax, Business Law, Financial and Estate Planning Adjunct Professor for the past four years for various undergraduate, graduate, and law school programs. Brian previously practiced as a Tax and Estate Planning attorney in the Greater Boston area. His scholarship is in the intersection of wealth inequality, financial and estate planning, taxation, and diverse communities. He also serves on numerous non-profit boards of directors in the Greater Philadelphia area. He is a proud Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow, New Leaders Council Fellow, Johnson Leadership Fellow, and Environmental Finance and Impacting Investing Fellow, among others. In his spare time, Brian practices yoga, watches college basketball, acts in Shakespeare plays (13 of 37!) and musicals, and plays strategic board games.
MBA, Minor in Real Estate, Finance, Cornell Johnson School of Management, 2018
LL.M., Taxation, Boston University, 2014
J.D., Boston University, 2013
Balduzzi, Brian M. (2019). The first state is first again: Delaware’s innovative new trust law provides an additional trust modification tool. American Bar Association Probate & Property, 34:01.
Balduzzi, Brian M. (2019). Boys talking about The Boys in the Band: Reading Windsor and Obergefell decisions into commercial queer theatre. Journal of Law & Social Deviance, 18, 1.
Balduzzi, Brian M. (2017). Tax reforms equity market: A historical and present analysis of tax reforms’ effect on U.S. equity market. Cornell Business Journal, 4, 21.
Balduzzi, Brian M. (2017). Boston LGBTQ theatre feels like safe words. Boston Pride Guide, 154-57.
Balduzzi, Brian M. (2016). Book review: Taxation of entertainers, athletes & artists. Cornell Business Journal, 2, 6-8.