Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s tax law program received an “A-” grade in the article “Top Schools for Taxation” in the most recent issue of preLaw magazine. Of the 109 schools identified by preLaw as offering concentrations or certificates in tax law, two received “A” grades, with nine additional schools, including Chapman,
The Internal Revenue Service announced on Friday that it has given a $100,000 grant through its Low Income Taxpayers Clinic (LITC) program to the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Tax Law Clinic for its work supporting low income taxpayers. Through the LITC program, the IRS awards up to $100,000
Professor Lipman will be presenting at an Orange County Lavendar Bar Association event on tax issues for the LGBT Community. The event will be at UCI on Wednesday, March 14 from 6:30-8:00 p.m., with a reception to follow.
In a Green Bay Press Gazette article examining the proposed amendments and tax cuts to the Congressional budget, the author analyzes the differences in the effects on an individual’s take-home pay in the wake of a change in payroll tax versus a change in personal income tax. To help illustrate the argument that an increase in
Tax Prof Blog highlighted Professor Francine Lipman for her participation in the ClassCrits IV: Criminalizing Economic Inequality conference held at American University Washington College of Law from September 23-24. At the conference, Professor Lipman spoke on the Immigration, Policing and Economic Policy Panel about “An ‘Illegal’ Tax.”
Congratulations to Chapman Tax Law Certificate graduate, Erica Brady, who’s article, “Opinion Point: Are Criminal Fines “Collected Proceeds”?” was published in the ABA Journal this summer. Read about Erica’s article.
Professor Francine Lipman was recently ranked no. 5 among all U.S. Tax Professors from SSRN’s “recent downloads” rankings, based on the thousands of downloads of her papers. View SSRN Tax Professor Rankings.
Jeffrey Kuhns, a 2012 Chapman candidate for an LLM in Taxation, has received the top prize in a writing competition. Mr. Kuhns’ piece on “The Application of the Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA) to Commercial Space Flight Accidents” was the winning article in the Admiralty & Maritime Law Committee’s annual law student writing
Congratulations to Professor Francine Lipman, who was recently appointed to the Public Service Fellowship Committee. Professor Lipman was also ranked no. 13 on SSRN of all tax professors in the country, based largely on the thousands of downloads of her papers. View Professor Lipman’s ranking.
Tax Notes favorably reviewed Professor Mike Lang’s latest casebook, Regulation of Federal Tax Practice, which he co-authored with Linda Geller. “Aside from the clarity of organization and careful selection of case material, the textbook’s fundamental strength undoubtedly rests in its practical, highly relevant questions, strategically placed throughout each chapter. Sometimes textbooks contain arcane questions that