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Section of Taxation: YOUNG LAWYERS FORUM

Section of Taxation:
YOUNG LAWYERS FORUM

Who We Are

The Young Lawyers Forum was created in May 2000 to serve as a point of entry for young lawyers and law students into the Section of Taxation. The goals of the Young Lawyers Forum are as follows:
  • To promote active participation and membership of young lawyers and law students in the Section and its respective Committees, to assess any barriers to such active participation and membership, and to make recommendations to Section leadership on how to eliminate such barriers.

  • To provide continuing education targeted toward young lawyers and law students interested in tax

  • To foster an open environment that facilitates and encourages networking and career development for young lawyers and law students interested in tax.

Committee Materials from Recent Meetings

Did you know thousands of pages of cutting-edge committee program materials are available to you as a Tax Section member? These documents contain analysis of the latest federal tax policy, initiatives, regulations, legislative forecasts, and planning ideas developed by the country's leading tax attorneys and government officials. Access these materials now.

Subcommittees  (click [+] for listing)

 Sub Committees

Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Holding Company Jurisdictions for Investments in Latin America - What You Need To Know Now

    07/15/2015-07/15/2015

    Latin America has been a strong pole of attraction for international investors and corporate groups. These include many US MNCs which hold, manage and control their operations in the region either directly from the US or through holding companies established in different jurisdictions. In recent years, ...

    Choosing Wisely: When to Use (or Not Use) Mediation to Obtain Cost-Effective Closure in Exam & Collection Cases

    07/29/2015-07/29/2015

    Which cases are best suited for mediation or Fast Track Settlement? What are the factors to consider before making a recommendation to your client? What is the optimal point in the process exam, appeals, or docketed case to use these techniques for maximum cost effectiveness? Is the analysis different ...

    Oil and Gas Partnerships

    08/26/2015-08/26/2015
    The Fairmont Southampton
    Bermuda

    This panel will discuss partnership tax issues that arise in the context of oil and gas partnerships. The panel will introduce the basic concepts of depletion and intangible drilling costs and how they are typically allocated in the partnership context. We will discuss not only oil & gas partnerships ...

Tax Section Products

    Leadership

    Chair:

    Rabago, Anne Marie

    Vice-Chairs:

    Collins, Clayton
    McIntire, Shawn

    Committee Roster  

    Modified by Heather Wallace on September 4, 2012

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