Thank you for your interest in the Tax Law Training. The training has reached capacity and registration is now closed. Please contact Robert Mathis, SBM pro bono service counsel, at email@example.com for information on future trainings.
Sponsored by the SBM Pro Bono Initiative and Taxation Section, in partnership with the Low Income Tax Payer Clinics at the MSU and U of M Law Schools
Expand your Legal Expertise & Earning Potential—Learn How to Handle a Tax Law Case
Date: Saturday, June 8, 2013
Time: 10 a.m.–Noon
Location: Live at the Lansing Campus of Cooley Law School, and a simultaneous webcast at Cooley's Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, and Grand Rapids campuses
Cost: FREE with commitment to accept a pro bono tax case
The training is free of charge with the commitment to accept a pro bono tax law case referral within six months from the PBI Michigan Litigation Assistance Partnership Program (MI-LAPP).
The training, provided by law school professors with many years of hands-on tax law experience, will provide the basics for handling a tax case, and overview the extensive reference and mentoring resources that will be available to attorneys participating in the program.
Eligible tax case referrals will include the following issues:
- IRS liens and levies
- Offers in compromise
- Installment agreements
- Innocent and injured spouse relief
- Collection due process hearings and appeal conferences
- Poverty exemptions
- Tax audits
- Individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) issues
This is a great opportunity to expand your legal expertise and earning potential. This training is excellent for attorneys who are new to the area of tax law, or experienced attorneys looking for a refresher course.
Questions? Contact Robert Mathis at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 968-1442, ext. 6412.