Taxpayer Advocacy: Addressing Systemic Tensions During Tight Budget Times
October 8, 2010
Sponsored by the Albany Law's Clinic & Justice Center's Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, the Government Law Center, and in part by Morrison & Foerster, LLP and Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte CPAs, P.C.
Tax commissioners, advocates, academics, and practitioners will explore the current tensions between revenue collection and taxpayer advocacy.
Featured speakers include:
- Jack Trachtenberg
Deputy Commissioner and Taxpayer Rights Advocate
N.Y. State Department of Taxation and Finance
- Todd Gilman
Chief, Taxpayer Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity Division
State of California
- Jaime Woodward
Acting Commissioner, New York State Tax Commissioner
- Leslie Book
Professor of Law; Director, Graduate Tax Program
Villanova Law School
- Nina Olson (Keynote)
National Taxpayer Advocate
- Deborah Kearns
Assistant Clinical Professor; Director, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Albany Law School
- Flora Hezel
The Rack Law Firm
Virginia Beach, Va.
- Roberta Moseley Nero
Of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster, LLP
For more information, contact Professor Deborah Kearns at 518-445-2328 or firstname.lastname@example.org.