This seminar covers most aspects of civil tax practice, including practice before the IRS (exams, appeals and collection), US Tax Court (regular and S cases) and US District Court (claims for refund). Emphasis will be placed on the actual practice of tax law by having the students draft documents and get feedback on their work. Students will prepare six (6) written projects in lieu of a final exam. These projects will include a FOIA request, a Protest Letter to IRS Appeals, a Tax Court Petition, a Claim for Refund, an Offer in Compromise as well as a problem set involving statute of limitations questions.
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