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Information for Prospective Students

It is daunting and often impossible for our clients to face the intricacies of the tax code on their own, so our student attorneys help to educate individuals and advocate on their behalf before the IRS or the United States Tax Court.

In the process of securing the best possible result for their clients, LITC student attorneys interview clients, gather and analyze relevant information, perform legal research, provide advice, and negotiate with IRS agents. They also work with the students in the transactional clinics (Entrepreneurship, International Transactions, and Community and Economic Development) to provide tax advice relating to those clinics' corporate work. Representing clients on a variety of issues, such as tax collection disputes, audits, IRS notices, Earned Income Tax Credit eligibility, and innocent spouse relief, student attorneys build vital interpersonal, legal writing, and critical thinking skills.

Moreover, the intimate size of the clinic—six students, one supervising attorney, and one administrator—allows students to encounter a unique mentorship experience, as well as cultivate the independence and confidence to provide excellent legal service for each specific case.

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