Temple and Gonzaga Seek Tax Clinicians

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Professor Alice Abreu from Temple Beasley School of Law has passed on the news that Temple has an opening for a clinic position. There is no subject matter limitation; the position will be part of the Sheller Center for Social Justice, and the Committee is  interested in considering applications from individuals who propose to establish and run a tax clinic. More information about the Temple position can be found here.

Professor Ann Murphy from Gonzaga also has passed on information about an opening in its existing tax clinic. Gonzaga seeks applicants for a three-quarter-time Lecturer in its Federal Tax Clinic, with flexibility to serve in other areas as needed by the clinical program. More information about the Gonzaga position can be found here.

As the leaves start to fall here in the northeast it is hard to believe that we are now into the third decade of the federally funded low income taxpayer clinic program. For those wanting context Keith wrote a terrific article about the history of tax clinics; a recent blog post from the NTA touts the 20th anniversary of federal matching funding, puts the program in perspective and highlights some recent tax clinic successes.

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Professor Book is a Professor of Law at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law.

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