Valensi Rose tax and wealth planning attorney Autumn Ronda has been named as an adjunct professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and is currently teaching the law school’s spring 2016 Estate Planning course. 

Autumn takes a practical approach to teaching, and has designed the course in a manner that focuses on both the tax, and non-tax considerations, which are equally important in thoughtfully planning for a client’s estate.

Even prior to taking on this formal teaching role, Autumn has been active in educating young attorneys and students. She founded, designed, chaired, and participated in the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s Mentorship Program. The program matches law students and young lawyers with more experienced attorneys in the area of law in which they wish to practice, in an effort to smooth the transition from law school to the professional practice of law. 

When asked about her affinity for teaching and mentoring, Autumn explained, “I have always embraced any occasion in my career that allows me to educate both clients and colleagues alike in tax, estate planning, and related concepts. I’m tremendously excited and honored to now have the opportunity to formally put my passion for education to use in molding the next generation of young estate planning attorneys in Los Angeles.”