Marianne Standley

Houston
  • 811 Main Street
  • Suite 3700
  • Houston, TX 77002
  • USA
 
 

Marianne Standley is an associate in the Houston office of Latham & Watkins.

Ms. Standley advises clients on transactional and bankruptcy tax matters, representing financial institutions and companies in public, private, domestic, and cross-border transactions. She is a member of the Houston Bar Association Tax Section and the State Bar of Texas Tax Section.

While in law school, Ms. Standley concentrated on corporate, international, and partnership taxation and was a recipient of the Tax Executives Institute Scholarship and the Ira B. Shepard Memorial Tax Scholarship. She also interned in the chambers of US Bankruptcy Judge Marvin Isgur and US Magistrate Judge Frances Stacy of the Southern District of Texas. She also served as research assistant to Dean and Professor of Law, Leonard M. Baynes, teaching assistant in Professor Darren Bush’s statutory interpretation course, as well as chief notes and comments editor of the Houston Law Review; her article on statutory reforms to prevent junk mail was published in print and online in early 2019. Ms. Standley also assisted in the review of International Taxation (Concepts and Insights), 4th ed. by Professor Emeritus Joseph Isenbergh and Professor Bret Wells.  

 
  • Bar Qualification
    • Texas
    Education
    • JD, University of Houston Law Center
      summa cum laude, Order of the Coif
    • M.Ed., Harvard University
    • BA, Wellesley College
      magna cum laude
    Languages
    • English
    • French
  • Practices
  • Industries
 
 
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