UAMS Names Tim Dockery as Director of Planned Giving

By Ben Boulden

He will work with donors who are considering or making planned gifts, will provide counsel and education about planned giving opportunities to the advancement team and continue stewardship of the legacy of donors who include the university in their estate plans.

Dockery received his law degree in 2007 from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville and his master’s degree in taxation in 2010 from the University of Alabama School of Law. He has expertise in the areas of estate planning, tax planning and deferred giving.

Before coming to UAMS, he served as general counsel of the Arkansas Baptist Foundation where he helped hundreds of individuals achieve their philanthropic goals through deferred giving and was the lead attorney for a team that helped individuals plan more than $50 million in deferred gifts during his tenure.



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