After receiving his baccalaureate and juris doctor degrees, Ronald Domsky was
admitted to practice as both a Certified Public Accountant and attorney in the states of
Illinois and Wisconsin. He was employed on the audit and tax staff of Coopers and Lybrand
and as a supervisor in the tax department of Alexander Grant and Company. He also served
as a part-time hearing officer for the City of Chicago, adjudicating tax matters. 

Professor Domsky has served as both trustee and treasurer of The John Marshall Law School
and MacCormac College. He was associate chairman of the Lawyers' Division of the
Jewish United Fund of Chicago and presently serves on the Professional Advisory Committee
of the Jewish United fund and as a director of the American Friends of Hebrew University. 

Professor Domsky joined John Marshall's part-time faculty in 1962 and joined the
full-time faculty in 1965. He served as director of the Graduate School's Taxation
Division from 1966 to 1991. Professor Domsky teaches Estates and Trusts, Income Taxation,
and Taxation of Estates and Trusts. 



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