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Law Professor speaks at tax conference

July 09, 2018

Liberty University School of Law professor and associate dean, Timothy M. Todd, recently addressed a conference of attorneys who are licensed as certified public accountants on how tax reform affects the taxation of businesses.

Todd lectured at the American Academy of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants’ (AAA-CPA) 2018 Annual Meeting and Education Conference in Portland, Oregon. The AAA-CPA is comprised of individuals that are dually-licensed as attorneys and CPAs.

Dean Todd addressed the changes made to business taxation by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. He focused primarily on domestic taxation changes for corporations and pass-through entities, including the new section 199A deduction.

Todd serves as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at LU Law. He also serves as the Director of the Wealth Management and Financial Planning Program at LU Law and he teaches an array of business, tax, and transactional courses.

Learn more about Dean Todd and other Liberty Law experts here in our Liberty Law Media Guide.