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Tax Law and Social Justice

TAX LAW AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

This course is an audio recording - there are no visuals or handouts.
CPE Processing FeeFREE
Webinar TranscriptionN/A
Presentation Length Hour(s)0.5 hours
CPE Credits 0.5 hours
Subject Area 0.5 - Personal Development
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course LevelBasic
Instructional MethodQAS Self-Study
PrerequisitesNone
Advance PreparationNone
Recorded DateNov 09, 2020
Date OfferedDec 14, 2020
Course Description

Professor Francine J. Lipman discusses social justice issues in the context of tax law. This timely and insightful conversation provides many things to consider for those in the legal and accounting professions in an often overlooked framework.

Some key takeaways from this session include:


  • Tax is a three-letter word, not a four-letter word!

  • Undocumented immigrants do pay taxes

  • Tax cases are about the human life story


Learning Objective:

  • Determine ways that tax directly tie to social justice issues, including taxation of undocumented workers, Americans with disabilities, and others

Glossary of Terms:


  • ADA: American with Disabilities Act

  • Social Justice: the objective of creating a fair and equal society in which each individual matters and their rights are recognized and protected

  • Undocumented Workers: U.S. workers who do not have legal status in the United States

Self-Study Course Instructions:

FOR DOCUMENT-BASED COURSES

Download the course document(s) (below) and follow prompts contained in the document.



FOR RECORDED COURSES WITH VIDEO

Download any course document(s) (below) which may include handouts, glossary, transcripts, etc. Follow any prompts contained in the documents to help you complete the course. Most documents are searchable.

Play the recording, noting the sectional guides indicating where topics on the agenda are covered and the prompts to pause video playback to respond to a review question (located below the video playback area). The timestamps for review questions are also noted below.

Upon completing the video and successfully answering all review questions, you will then take the final exam.

Learning Objectives

  • Determine ways that tax is tied to social justice issues, including taxation of undocumented workers, Americans with disabilities, and others.

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Additional Materials
Course Recording (Audio Only)
Review Questions
Review Questions
QUESTION 1: 00:10:00 minutes
QUESTION 2: 00:20:00 minutes
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Francine Lipman

University of Nevada Las Vegas
William S. Boyd Professor Of Law, Las Vegas
francine.lipman@unlv.edu

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Professor Francine J. Lipman brings to the Boyd School of Law an exceptional record as an accountant, a lawyer, a teacher, and a scholar. After working as a CPA in an international accounting firm and as the Chief Financial Officer for a chain of retail jewelry stores, Professor Lipman turned to the law. She served as the Editor in Chief of the UC Davis Law Review. She was recognized as an outstanding law student and a member of the Order of the Coif.  

She was a tax law review scholar in NYU’s graduate tax law program, where she practiced law with O’Melveny & Myers LLP and Irell & Manella LLP. Professor Lipman joined Chapman University’s School of Business and Economics faculties in 2001 and the School of Law in 2003. Professor Lipman is an elected member of the American Law Institute, the American College of Tax Counsel, the American Bar Foundation, and an editor and former committee chair for the American Bar Association’s Tax Section. She has been a visiting professor at UC Hastings College of Law and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In 2016, Governor Brian Sandoval was appointed, and in 2020 Governor Steve Sisolak reappointed Professor Lipman to serve as Nevada Tax Commissioner. The Nevada Tax Commission consists of eight Nevadans with various professional and business backgrounds. 

The Commissioners supervise the overall administration and operations of the Nevada Department of Taxation. Professor Lipman has written extensively on tax and accounting issues for legal journals, including the Wisconsin Law Review, Florida Tax Review, Virginia Tax Review, SMU Law Review, Nevada Law Journal, American University Law Review, Harvard Environmental Law Review, Harvard Latino Law Review, Harvard Journal on Legislation, The Tax Lawyer, The Practical Tax Lawyer, Taxes and Tax Notes. Professor Lipman is a frequent speaker on tax subjects to law and business groups.

 

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Leslie Y. Garfield Tenzer

Pace University
James D. Hopkins Professor of Law
ltenzer@law.pace.edu
(914) 422-4259

In addition to her regular teaching at Pace, Professor Tenzer is the host of Law to Fact, a podcast for students studying the law.  She frequently works with recent law graduates, court administrators, judges, lawyers, educators, legislative and executive branch officials on projects to improve the communication and administration of justice. Professor Tenzer regularly lectures nationally, most often on issues concerning Affirmative Action and Social Media Law. 

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