Stuart on Legal Ethics





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2021 TAX COURT NONATTORNEY EXAM PREP

• TAX EVIDENCE • PRACTICE & PROCEDURE • LEGAL ETHICS • TAX LAW •

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STUDY LEGAL ETHICS WITH MICHAEL STUART - FEE $995

With contributions from former U.S. Tax Court Special Trial Judge John F. Dean

March 13 | 20 | 27 | 2021

Legal Ethics for U.S. Tax Court Practitioners

Mar. 13, 2021

Client - Lawyer Relationship

Review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and examination questions.

3pm-6pm

Conference + Workshop (Tutorial at 1 pm EST + e-Self-Study Module Price $495)


Mar. 20, 2021

Lawyer as Counselor, Advocate & Transactions with Persons Other Than Clients

Review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and examination questions. 

3pm-6pm

Conference + Workshop (Tutorial at 1 pm EST + e-Self-Study Module Price $495)


Mar. 27, 2021

Law Firms and Associations, Public Service, Information About Legal Service & Integrity

Review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and examination questions. 

3pm-6pm

Conference + Workshop (Tutorial at 1 pm EST + e-Self-Study Module Price $495)


"In addition to preparing at the Tax Law Institute, every nonattorney candidate should read Lysander Venible's book, On Your Own in Tax Court: U.S. Tax Court Without a Lawyer." Click on the title to order.

Purchase U.S. Tax Court Litigator Digital Training Module

Get your own subscription to our celebrated e-STUDY MODULE - U.S. TAX COURT LITIGATOR - all four (4) tested subjects traditionally tested on the U.S. Tax Court Nonattorney Examination. Electronic platform populated with prior years' test questions and suggested answers reviewed by Professor Joni Larson and constructed by Professor Rod Monger E.A. Ph.D., 2021 U.S. Tax Court Nonattorney Exam Applicant and Interim Director of Tutorial Services. 

  • 1 course $495
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​​​​​​​The Tax Law Institute Mission Statement


The Tax Law Institute speaks primarily to a seasoned group of IRS enrolled agents and CPAs, along with a notable enrollment of lawyers and PhDs in Accounting as well as MDs who have found their way in to the tax professions. The discussions prepare initially for the Tax Court bar (nonattorney) exam to admit in to practice future nonattorneys aka United States Tax Court Practitioners. The classes address traditional bar exam questions, trial practice, and litigation. Former U.S. Tax Court judges and judicial law clerks share the virtual lectern with noted legal authors, tax scholars, and veteran U.S. Tax Court observers. Together, they expose bar candidates to the evidentiary rules as they are applied by the Tax Court along with courtroom procedures and the Treasury Regulations derived from the IRC code sections. The bar applicants are provided also with explanations as to how Tax Court bar examiners interpret and score selected answers; why they might mark a choice wrong or right. The speakers coach the future practitioners on how to understand the judicial reasoning that would control when faced with the classic bar exam question: How should the Court rule? In line with the teaching policy of the Tax Law Institute, the ultimate goal of the teaching effort is to focus the soon-to-be practitioners to develop sound litigation strategies that encourage judicial economy and responsible practice in and representation before the Court.



Look for the soon-to-publish soft-cover, pocket guide to Tax Court admission and practice. Prepared exclusively for FATPs. The Guide to Admission and Practice in U.S. Tax Court $149 written by Michael Stuart J.D. M.P.A., Program Director at the Tax Law Institute, with foreword by James H. Chapman E.A. M.A. M.P.A. and introduction written by Judge John F. Dean, J.D. LL.M., former special trial judge of the U.S. Tax Court. And with chapter contributions from Joni Larson J.D. LL.M., law professor and former IRS litigator who "wrote the book" on Tax Evidence; and observations written by 2021 tax bar applicants, Rod Monger E.A. Ph.D. M.B.A. and Christopher Keleher M. Sc. Taxation  M. Sc. Mgmt. This soon-to-publish guidebook is a "must read" for any tax professional who is thinking about applying for admission to practice in U.S. Tax Court.

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If you prepare with us and do not pass the 2021 Nonattorney Exam then you may repeat the Program, at no charge, during the 2023 Testing Cycle.

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