2020 Exam Prep

Become a Member of the Bar
United States Tax Court
(and enjoy a luxury vacation
while we show you how)

Opening Session
July 14, 2019 - July 21, 2019
Hosted by
Ave Maria School of Law
Naples FL

Prepare Yourself to Pass
November 2020
United States Tax Court
Non-Attorney Bar Admissions Examination

Our Acclaimed Exam Preparation Program
with Judicial Coaching Will Get You Ready

75% pass-rate among CPAs

Distinguished Member of the Judiciary Retired
United States Tax Court
Washington DC

White Sands Beach and 87 ºF Coral Waters
Sunny Southwestern Gulf Coast
Members of the Bar United States Tax Court

Please join us on July 14, 2019 thru July 20, 2019 to begin preparing for the November 2020 US Tax Court Non-attorney Exam. A Distinguished US Tax Court judge will talk to you about each of the tested subjects you'll need to know well. You'll spend a week learning about what you must study to successfully prepare for the test. The rest of the time we hope that you will enjoy the "Meditarrean Spa" (Ritz Carlton Naples) where our Host has chosen to accommodate you (and your guest for a small additional charge). Fine restaurants can be found in the Hotel or nearby.
Ave Maria School of Law, founded in 1999, is an ABA-accredited Roman Catholic law school, located in Naples, Florida. The Law School offers a full-time three year Juris Doctor (J.D.) program that complements a traditional legal education based on the Socratic Method with an emphasis on how the law intersects with the Catholic intellectual tradition and natural law philosophy. The curriculum of Ave Maria School of Law includes a three-semester Research, Writing and Advocacy Program as well as several required courses that focus on law and ethics. The school also offers various summer courses. Ave Maria devotes four core classes to the interrelationship between law, ethics, and Catholic moral and social principles. Ave Maria Law was named the country's most devout Catholic Law School by Pre-Law Magazine for the past three years. Ave Maria Law was also named a Veteran Military-Friendly Law School, the Most Conservative Law School, and was in The Princeton Review for Top Law Schools.