|Present||Mark and Evelyn Trammell Professor, Associate Clinical Professor and Director, Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, Georgia State University College of Law|
Contributions to Books (1)
Social Justice and the Low-Income Taxpayer Villanova Law Review (2019)
Tax justice is social justice. To those regularly working to resolve tax controversies for low-income taxpayers and who are often dealing with the financial implications of life and death issues like human trafficking, the ability ...
Dining with Tax Collectors: Reducing the Tax Gap through Church-Government Partnerships Rutgers Business Law Journal (2010)
This article explores an untapped resource in improving tax compliance: partnerships between the government and Judeo-Christian religious organizations. Currently, most of the techniques the IRS employs to improve tax compliance are based on a traditional ...
Agency Activism as a New Way of Life: Administrative Modification of the Internal Revenue Code through Limited Issue Focused Examinations Florida Tax Review (2006)
In the name of increasing efficiency and better utilizing limited resources, the IRS has begun to adopt audit policies that overly favor taxpayers and greatly hinder the IRS’s ability to perform thorough audits. Highlighting this ...