Explore the areas of federal taxation typically encountered in law practice, including individual income tax, business taxation (including S corporation, C corporation, and partnership tax), and estate and gift taxation. The concentration also incorporates real-world application by requiring students to complete 15 hours of service in Liberty Law’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
To earn your Certificate of Concentration in Taxation, you must complete the following courses with a grade of B+ or higher:
“Tax law is an exciting and challenging practice area that affects every area of law. Whether structuring a business transaction, planning an estate, or settling a lawsuit, a robust understanding of tax law is required for a lawyer to add maximum value.”
— Associate Dean Tim Todd
“The business, taxation, and planning concentrations deal with an immense amount of very specific law. However, when you have highly knowledgeable professors who can communicate difficult topics with clarity and precision, taking this route through law school is incredibly rewarding.”
— Jonathan Barber ’15