Villanova Graduate Tax Program Looking To Hire A Professor of Practice/Faculty Director

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At the end of this academic year, my longtime colleague at Villanova Professor Joy Mullane will be returning to the faculty after a successful stint as Faculty Director of Villanova’s Graduate Tax Program.

Villanova has launched a national search for a new Faculty Director, who will also serve as a Professor of Practice. The announcement for the position is here.

Joy has done an outstanding job in her tenure, having expanded the number and diversity of distinguished adjunct faculty, grown its international tax offerings, and built on the Program’s considerable strengths in state and local tax, business tax and online offerings.

The tax program at Villanova is vibrant. Our students are terrific, with most classes catering to full time practitioners, both lawyers and accountants. In addition to Joy, we have four other full time tax faculty: Procedurally Taxing’s Christine Speidel, Michael Semes, Dick Harvey and me. Supplementing the FT faculty and adjunct faculty, the Graduate Tax Program has professional dedicated Grad Tax staff that works tirelessly with students, faculty and employers.

The job is a great opportunity for someone with extensive practical experience who wants to work in a supportive atmosphere and help manage and build a strong academic program.

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

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