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Section of Taxation: TEACHING TAXATION COMMITTEE

Section of Taxation:
TEACHING TAXATION COMMITTEE


Message From The Chair




Danshera Cords

Thank you for visiting the home page of the Teaching Taxation Committee. Our Committee does not have substantive jurisdiction, but we are involved in a variety of projects. Among other activities, we put on programs on a diverse range of issues at the Section's three meetings during the year.

Our programs generally are designed to interest both professors and practitioners, including younger lawyers. The Committee welcomes full-time tax professors, adjunct tax professors, and anyone else interested in our activities. Please join us at our meetings and consider joining the Committee.

For more information on the Teaching Taxation Committee, please feel free to contact me or Vice-Chairs Tony Infanti, Kerry Ryan, and Diane Ring.

Sincerely,
Danshera Cords
Professor of Law
Albany Law School
Chair, Teaching Taxation Committee


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Chair:

Cords, Danshera

Vice-Chairs:

Infanti, Anthony
Ring, Diane
Ryan, Kerry

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The Section's Public Service Fellowship award program was developed to address the need for tax legal service assistance around the country, and to foster an interest in tax-related public service for those lawyers who participate. Fellowships are open to recent J.D. and LL.M. graduates and judicial clerks who commit to working in tax-related public interest, non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations for two years. For more information, go to: http://www.abanet.org/tax/awards/publicservice/
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Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    2015 ABA/IPT Advanced Income, Sales/Use & Property Tax Seminars

    03/16/2015-03/20/2015
    Ritz-Carlton New Orleans
    New Orleans

    Income Tax SeminarMonday, March 16 & Tuesday, March 17Sales/Use Tax SeminarTuesday, March 17 & Wednesday, March 18Property Tax SeminarThursday, March 19 & Friday, March 20Please join us as we return to The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans for the 2015 ABA/IPT Advanced Tax Seminars! The ABA Section of Taxation ...

    Bitcoins: What You Need To Know About Virtual Currency

    03/25/2015-03/25/2015

    This program will bring together IRS speakers and private practitioners to discuss emerging issues concerning virtual currency - what is it, how does the IRS view it, how it can be used, and how it can be abused. Panelists will discuss the IRS treatment of virtual currency, and the evolving experiences ...

    What's a Young Tax Attorney to Do When...?

    04/08/2015-04/08/2015

    This webinar will explore the kinds of ethical problems young lawyers are likely to encounter in their first years of practice and will remind them of the applicable rules in Circular 230 and the Code and Regs, as well as the aspirational standards set forth in Circular 230. How can young lawyers make ...

Modified by Kerry Anne Ryan on September 17, 2013

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