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LAW 0757: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Fall 2023 • Section F21

Course Description

This clinic will develop students' substantive knowledge of federal civil tax procedure and tax issues related to low-income taxpayers. The first few classes will develop foundational skills for clinic work and later classes to build on that foundation both with lawyering skills and tax knowledge. In the clinic setting, students will represent taxpayers who are under IRS audit, in dispute with the IRS about taxes owed including through litigation in the U.S. Tax Court or district court, or unable to pay outstanding tax liabilities. Clinic activities also include education and outreach to low-income taxpayers and those who speak English as a second language as well as systemic advocacy projects.



Day/Time Location
W 2:35-4:25 PM Klein 6B

Additional Time Requirements

10-12 hrs/wk including seminar

Course Details

  • Omeed Firouzi
Credit Hours

4 Credits



Course Type
  • Internal Clinic
Course Modality


Fulfills J.D. Requirement
  • Experiential/Professional Skills


Registration Info

Registration Notes

Total 4 credits; standard grade. Applications will be taken for this Internal Clinic.

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