Harry M. Baturin, JD, LL.M. is an adjunct at Delaware Valley University in the graduate policy studies program where he teaches American Politics and other electives. He also teaches at Georgetown University in their Summer and Special Programs. He is a managing trustee of a non-profit charitable trust and has a background practicing in non-profit, estates and business and taxation law at Baturin and Baturin Law Offices, established in 1917.
A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, The University of Pittsburgh Law School and The University of Pittsburgh, Summa Cum Laude, he served as the president of its Political Science Honors Society, PSA and was a Merit Scholar. He was a guest instructor at the Penn State University Dickinson School of Law for the Elder Law Seminar and an instructor at the Delaware County Community College, and clerked at the Philadelphia Law Department covering tax and real estate issues prior to practicing.
Focusing on economic and tax policy, his research and writings cover non-profit, business and taxation issues and low-income taxpayer policy, including taxpayer savings incentives, as well as community and economic development and non-profit law and policy. He has served on the Board of Directors of numerous non-profit organizations, and his research and writings have been published in several scholarly journals, including, but not limited to, The Tax Analyst, the Pennsylvania Psychologist and The Georgetown Public Policy Review with several currently in publication. He is currently working with Professor Tanya Casas in the graduate policy studies department on the program’s upcoming Policy Journal.