Louisiana Law Review will present its annual symposium on Friday, Feb. 10, with legal scholars from across the country converging at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center for a day of compelling discussions about tax law and policy issues.
“Let’s Get Fiscal: Contemporary Considerations in Taxation and the Law” will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the McKernan Auditorium at LSU Law. The distinguished lineup of symposium speakers includes:
- Ardney “James” Boland III (’08), Senior Attorney, IRS Office of Chief Counsel
- Professor Elizabeth R. Carter, LSU Law
- Jason M. DeCuir (’02), Co-owner and partner with Advantous Consulting
- Professor Keith T. Fogg, Harvard Law School
- Corey J. Smith, Senior Litigation Counsel Tax Division Department of Justice
- Judge Christian N. Weiler, United States Tax Court
- Diane L. Yetter, President and founder of YETTER Tax
Each of the speakers will present on tax topics within their area of specialty, and the symposium will conclude with a Q&A panel. Attendees can earn up to 4 hours of CLE credit.