Live DC Panel





Prepared by the United States Tax Court
Admissions & Trial Practice Programs
for Non-attorney & Attorney Federally
Authorized Tax Practitioners at the
Tax Law Institute.

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2020 Non-attorney Examination Prep

Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020 -
Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020
Limited Seating

Understanding U.S. Tax Court
Practice and Procedure
&
Federal Rules of Evidence
as Applied in U.S. Tax Court

in order to pass the
2020 Non-attorney Examination


Tier I & Tier II Registration include
hotel accommodations & meals
at group rate 25% less
than what you'll pay on your own
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Litigation of IRS Controversies
in U.S. Tax Court

Moderated by

Author and Professor Emeritus
IRS Approved Provider
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Panelists
Teaching Faculty at the Tax Law Institute

(Click on names)


Fmr. Special Trial Judge
U.S. Tax Court

Visiting Professor of Law
Tax Law Institute
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Visiting Professor of Law
Tax Law Institute

Fmr. Tax Litigator
IRS Office of Chief Counsel

Fmr. Judicial Clerk
U.S. Tax Court
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United States Tax Court Practitioner

Certified U.S. Tax Court Litigator

Lecturer-in-Residence
Tax Law Institute
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Visiting Professor of Taxation
Tax Law Institute

Fmr. U.S. Treasury Department
Special Agent & Fmr. IRS Revenue Agent
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  • Listen to the panelists and engage them in discussions as to "How to Answer Questions on the Non-attorney Exam".

  • Get your discounted copy of Treatise ($254) on documents preparation and trial practice in U.S. Tax Court - the "handbook" for the United States Tax Court Practitioner, Attorney tax practitioners and non-attorney bar applicant that addresses many of the questions that could possibly appear on the 2020 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Examination.

  • Panelists...
    • who have presided over trials, or served as, or prepared, FATPs and attorneys for administrative and trial procedures in/before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service, and/or in behalf of the U.S. Government, individual and corporate taxpayers.

  • If you attend this program and participate, you should achieve a 70% grade (or better) in the Substantive Tax Law, Evidence, Legal Ethics, and U.S. Tax Court Practice and Procedure sections found in the 2020 Non-attorney Examination.  

  • Passing the test and passing muster with the FBI should give successful candidates the opportunity to gain litigation experience through practice in U.S. Tax Court.

  • Newly-admitted EA- and CPA-USTCPs may increase their industry worth and/or secure high-compensation employment in government, law or accounting. Whereas LLMs and JDs, in particular, may want to explore an alternative to general practice. Or, LLMs and JDs may just want to gain a track-record as a specialized practitioner, before/after applying to a State Bar. 

  • Hear explanations that should help increase the pass-rate among non-attorneys. Ask anything, so long as it's related to Federal tax matters that have historically been tested in the non-attorney exam.

  • Address rules, procedures, practices and exam questions and model answers. Work with panelists to solve tax problems and answer legal questions in each of the four (4) sections in the 2020 U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Examination.

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Register 1.800.513.1598

Guarantee

If you prepare with us and do not pass the 2020 Non-attorney Exam then you may repeat the Program, at no charge, during the 2022 Testing Cycle; however, you must pay for your own accommodations where applicable.

Extended Opening Hours
Mon - Sat: 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM