David Broude

Founding Member

1896-1969

Practiced 1928-1969

Following service in the Navy during the First World War and his practice as an accountant and revenue agent for the United States Bureau of Internal Revenue, David Broude was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1928. Until his death in 1969, Mr. Broude practiced in the fields of taxation, trusts, and estates. He was qualified to practice before the U.S. Tax Court and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Broude wrote a regular column for Barrons on taxation and legal subjects.