LLM, Boston University School of Law
JD, Suffolk University School of Law
MBA, Boston College
BS, Bentley University
Areas of Interest
Kevin Wall has been a practicing attorney and Certified Public Accountant in Boston for several years. Most recently, he was associated with the tax and business practice of an international professional services firm. He has also served as an officer of a major Massachusetts revenue bond authority. A researcher and case writer for several years at Harvard Business School, he has contributed and co-authored cases in taxation, finance and leadership and corporate accountability. He has been a graduate and law school faculty member teaching courses in mergers and acquisitions, corporations, accounting, finance, taxation, legal strategy and exempt organizations. He is also an experienced international educator developing and teaching executive education programs and courses in finance, accounting, tax and law in several cities in Asia and Mexico in conjunction with Harvard University.
Tax Law Research: LAW TX 985
Tax Law research is among the most complicated areas of the law to research. Statutes, regulations and agency issuances interact to create a thickly layered set of legal precedents. This class will explore the resources a tax professional would use to perform his or her research from legislative history to private letter rulings. Students will become familiar with the research platforms outside of Lexis and Westlaw that are commonly used in practice. Students will get practice in using many of the most heavily used practice materials. Classes will combine instruction and hands-on exercises using the major print and electronic resources available for tax law research. Students will be required to complete an assignment for each class.
FALL 2018: LAW TX 985 A1 , Sep 4th to Dec 11th 2018
FALL 2018: LAW TX 985 OL , Sep 4th to Dec 6th 2018
FALL 2019: LAW TX 985 A1 , Sep 3rd to Dec 3rd 2019
FALL 2019: LAW TX 985 OL , Sep 3rd to Dec 5th 2019