Larry Bousquet is one of the founding board members of Central Current, Inc.
Bousquet’s support of this project derives from his fervent belief that quality journalism is essential to the success of our representative democracy. Bousquet is looking forward to supporting Central Current as it seeks a new model of quality journalism in the digital age based on sound journalistic principals and values.
Bousquet is a founding member of Bousquet Holstein PLLC and serves on its Board of Managers. His practice concentrates on acquisitions, sales and mergers, capital formation, enterprise structuring, feasibility studies, partnership and limited liability company law, commercial transactions, estate taxation and business transition planning, and New York and federal income, estate, and gift taxation.
Bousquet is a director and past member of the executive committee of CenterState CEO. Bousquet is a past president of the Onondaga Citizens League, where he was the chair of the 2005 study on Strategic Governmental Consolidation. He was also a member of the Consensus Commission on Local Government Modernization.
Bousquet is immediate past chair of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County, serves as a director and the treasurer of the Dunbar Association, Inc., and is immediate past chair of the board of trustees of Crouse Health Foundation. Bousquet is a past chair of the board of the Gifford Foundation, and currently serves on the Syracuse University Libraries Advisory Board. Bousquet is a past president of the Everson Museum Board and was chair of the Turner to Cezanne Exhibition Committee. He served for many years on the board of directors of Hiscock Legal Aid and is a past president. He also is a past director of the Syracuse City School District Educational Foundation where he served as chair of the grants committee for many years.
Bousquet is a graduate of Kenyon College and the Syracuse University College of Law, where he served for many years as an adjunct faculty member co-teaching a course on partnership taxation.