Ezra Prager, LL.M. ’11, Wins David H. Moses Prize

Congratulations to Ezra Prager, LL.M. ’11, who has been awarded the 2011 David H. Moses Prize by the Law School.  The Moses Prize is awarded annually to the member of the LL.M. class (tax and non-tax) with the highest academic average.  In addition, Prager has won the 2011 Harry J. Rudick Memorial Award for distinction […]

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Chris Kotarba, LL.M. ’11, receives Tax Executives Institute Scholarship

Chris Kotarba, LL.M. ’11, has received a William Duffy  Memorial Scholarship from the New York state chapter of the Tax Executive Institute.  He was presented with the scholarship at the Tax Executive Institutes annual tax symposium luncheon on December 8, 2010.   Chris earned his J.D. at Columbia University, where he published a note on Transfer […]

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Executive LL.M. in Taxation can now be completed entirely online

The Graduate Tax Program has announced that it has eliminated the two-credit residency requirement for the Executive LL.M. in Taxation, meaning that the degree can now be completed entirely online. During the past year, the Executive LL.M. in Taxation program has expanded globally; in order to make the program more flexible and available to more students, […]

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“Circular Argument” by Steven Z. Hodaszy, LL.M. ’10

Steven Z. Hodaszy, LL.M. ’10, has published Circular Argument: What is Wrong, and Right, with the Circular 230 “Covered Opinion” Regulations in the latest issue of the Columbia Journal of Tax Law. A brief abstract is below: The covered opinion regulations set forth in Treasury Department Circular 230 impose a number of stringent requirements on the […]

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Caroline Waldner ’10 (LL.M. ’11) Wins First Prize in 2010 Tannenwald Competition

Caroline Waldner ’10 (LL.M. ’11) has been awarded first prize in the Theodore Tannenwald Jr. Foundation for Excellence in Tax Scholarship’s 2010 writing competition.  Waldner is currently a Tax Policy Fellow in the Graduate Tax Program .  Her competition paper is entitled In Defense of College Savings Plans: Using 529 Plans to Increase the Impact of Direct […]

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