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‘Louisiana Law Review’ symposium on Feb. 10 to explore contemporary issues in tax law and policy

Louisiana Law Review will present its annual symposium on Friday, Feb. 10, with legal scholars from across the country converging at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center for a day of compelling discussions about tax law and policy issues.

“Let’s Get Fiscal: Contemporary Considerations in Taxation and the Law” will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the McKernan Auditorium at LSU Law. The distinguished lineup of symposium speakers includes:

  • Ardney “James” Boland III (’08), Senior Attorney, IRS Office of Chief Counsel
  • Professor Elizabeth R. Carter, LSU Law
  • Jason M. DeCuir (’02), Co-owner and partner with Advantous Consulting
  • Professor Keith T. Fogg, Harvard Law School
  • Corey J. Smith, Senior Litigation Counsel Tax Division Department of Justice
  • Judge Christian N. Weiler, United States Tax Court
  • Diane L. Yetter, President and founder of YETTER Tax

Each of the speakers will present on tax topics within their area of specialty, and the symposium will conclude with a Q&A panel. Attendees can earn up to 4 hours of CLE credit.

Get complete details and register to attend.