This chapter’s objective is to raise interesting tax ethics issues in practical contexts. There are 44 notes and questions to prompt and guide discussions, and primary source materials to inform the discussions (e.g., cases, IRC provisions, and Circular 230 excerpts).
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The first year of law school is, for many people, one of the most significant transitions of their adult life. Law school demands a lot as it helps you make the transition from your prior identity as student (or as some other occupational role) to your new identity as an attorney. To meet the demands of law school, it is often helpful to have the big picture before you begin – a sense of what it is you are trying to do as you prepare for classes, participate in those classes, review and prepare for exams, take exams, and then begin the cycle once again.
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This book is the second edition of a basic income tax text. It is intended to be a readable text, suitable for a three-hour course for a class comprised of law students with widely different backgrounds. The text integrates several of the CALI drills that Professor James Edward Maule (Villanova University) prepared.
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“A fundamental change in an individual's or a society's view of how things work in the world.”
The way we think about legal education is changing and not just at the edges. The crash of 2008, the collapse of law school applicants and the access to justice gap have inspired law schools to launch new programs to compete in this shifted world. Incubators, Innovation Clinics, Hackathons, Distance Learning, Academic Success, Learning Outcomes, Education Analytics …. we are doing different things and doing things differently. Almost all of these have a technology component too and so are relevant for this year’s conference. What is your law school doing? What should you be doing? Come to CALIcon19 to share your plans and discuss the new shifted present tense of legal education.
This lesson teaches about the law of bailments, i.e., the law that controls the rights and duties of a possessor of tangible personal property (goods) who is not the owner.