Professor Maule received his B.S. cum laude from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, his J.D. cum laude from Villanova University School of Law, and his LL.M. with highest honors from the George Washington University National Law Center. At Villanova, he was a case and comment editor of the Villanova Law Review. He was an attorney in the Legislation and Regulations Division of the Office of the Chief Counsel to the Internal Revenue Service, and served as attorney-adviser to the Honorable Herbert L. Chabot of the United States Tax Court. Before joining the Villanova faculty in 1983, he taught at The Dickinson School of Law. Professor Maule’s research and teaching interests focus on federal taxation, state and local taxation, computers and the law, decedents’ estates and trusts, and the First Amendment.
Closer Look at a Technical Self-Employment Tax Issue, Tax Management Weekly Report (2008)
No Thanks, Uncle Sam, You Can Keep Your Tax Break, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2006)
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