B.S. 1980, Fordham; J.D. 1983, Georgetown; LL.M. (tax) 1984, New York University.
In the News
4/18/2006 - New York Times
LOW-INCOME taxpayers are audited by the Internal Revenue Service more often than their higher-earning counterparts. The reason for this is not politics, as is commonly presumed; nor is it that these taxpayers must be watched closely for fraud. The problem, as many people found out this week, is that the low-income tax credit is wildly complex.
12/18/2006 - Washington and Lee Law Faculty to Present at AALS Annual Meeting
Washington and Lee University School of Law faculty members Dorothy Brown and Doug Rendleman will participate in several sessions at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). The conference will take place Jan. 3 through Jan. 6, 2007 in Washington, D.C.