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Professor Dr. Mark J. Wolff, K.M



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Tel: 305-623-2370
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Email: mwolff@stu.edu

Professor Dr. Mark J. Wolff, K.M., was a delegate to the United Nations World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and related Intolerance, in Durban, South Africa. For text, video, and audio of Professor Wolff’s intervention to the Plenary Session of the United Nations on 3 September 2001, evening Session, Item 11, visit The United Nations World Conference Against Racism Web page.

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Professor Wolff also served as Head of the Delegation for the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta to the United Nations International Consultative Conference Social Education in relation to Freedom of Religion or Belief, Tolerance and Non-Discrimination in Madrid, Spain, and addressed the Plenary Session on 25 November 2001. To read the complete plenary, click here.

Professor Wolff received his B.A. from Wadhams Hall Seminary-College, J.D. magna cum laude from Nova Southeastern University School of Law, and LL.M. (in Taxation) from New York University Graduate School of Law. He was in the private practice of tax, corporate and securities law for almost a decade before being appointed Assistant Dean at St. Thomas University School of Law. Professor Wolff now enjoys the rank of Professor of Law and over the past fourteen academic years has specialized in teaching courses in numerous areas of Federal Taxation, Comparative Taxation, Tax Policy, Corporations, and Jurisprudence.

Professor Wolff was elected to public office in 1987 serving as Vice Mayor and Commissioner for the City of Coral Gables. During his elected tenure he served as Chairman of the Municipal Finance and Taxation Committee for the Florida League of Cities, Member of the Finance Administration and Inter-Governmental Affairs Committee of the National League of Cities and on the Board of Directors and as Treasurer of the Dade County League of Cities.

Professor Wolff is admitted to the Florida Bar, Southern District Court of Florida, the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals, Supreme Court of Florida, United States Tax Court and Supreme Court of the United States. He is formerly Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Wadhams Hall Seminary College, current Executive Director of the Miami-Dade County Educational Facilities Authority and member of the Board of Directors of the Human Rights Institute at St. Thomas University.