Michael Stuart coordinates IRS approved training programs for FATPs who require judicial approval to engage in U.S. Tax Court trial practice and litigation. He is a former adviser to the White House on tax policy, past visiting scholar of public policy (taxation) appointee at Yale Law School, and former special consultant to Harvard University. His most recent writing is the soon-to-publish pocketbook entitled, Nonattorney's Guide to Admission and Practice in U.S. Tax Court. From 2014 to 2018 he chaired the teaching faculty and coordinated the educational collaborative of the Tax Law Institute and University of Alabama School of Law Graduate Tax Program. His public service endeavor with the Consumer Bankruptcy Unit of the Legal Aid Society included negotiated workouts with the IRS for indigent clients. He earned his Doctor of Law (J.D.), cum laude in the British-American Law program in English Common Law in partnership with the University of Cambridge and was appointed professor of law and academic dean of the Anglo-American program. He received an appointment as visiting lecturer at the Southern New England School of Law rechartered University of Massachusetts Law School. He was trained in international business relations at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and earned a master's in international relations from Harvard and a B.A. magna cum laude from Fordham. He is an alumnus of the Yale School of Architecture.