A Unique Perspective on Tax Law
The laws governing taxation are some of the most complex, constantly evolving, and frequently disputed in the United States and around the world. For legal scholars and practicing lawyers alike, tax law is rich with opportunity and challenge.
One of the unique benefits of focusing on tax law at Michigan is the accessibility of our tax law faculty. Our faculty members come from a variety of disciplines across a wide spectrum of perspectives.
We also give serious focus to international tax law, with one of the top international tax LLM programs, which is distinguished by the high-level of involvement of the tenured faculty.
A Springboard for Your Career
Our tax law students have an incredible track record when it comes to landing jobs among top law and accounting firms, in academia, and as government officials.
James Hines, Jr.
- L. Hart Wright Collegiate Professor of Law
- Richard A. Musgrave Collegiate Professor of Economics
- Criminal Law
- Tax Law
"Provisions Denying a Deduction for Illegal Expenses and Expenses of an Illegal Business Should Be Repealed"
- Tax Law