J. Nelson Young Tax Institute
The J. Nelson Young Tax Institute is an annual professional program covering current state and federal tax problems and issues at the post-graduate level of knowledge. The program is designed for practitioners who frequently handle state and federal tax matters. Emphasis is placed on subjects that are new and current, including in-depth coverage of recent developments and problems that often prove difficult in planning clients’ affairs and transactions.
The program features discussions on current issues in individual and business income taxation, professional regulatory ethics and in estate planning. The program’s goal is to expand the practitioners’ understanding of state and federal taxation policy, regulation and real-world application. There are no prerequisites or advanced preparation for this conference. The speakers are tax scholars, members of government, and practitioners from throughout the country who have been selected for their technical expertise and contributions to the tax industry. CLE and CPE credit are available.
The J. Nelson Young Tax Institute
Other Programs and events
Careers in Tax Law
In partnership with the Career Development Office, the UNC Tax Law Program produces an event that features a panel of distinguished speakers representing a variety of positions in tax law. The speakers share their experiences, answer questions and give guidance to students considering a career in tax law. Following the discussion, panelists, students and additional tax practitioners are invited to stay for a networking reception.
Tax law is not only rewarding, but also fun. The Carolina Law tax faculty and students in tax courses celebrate Tax Day (April 15th) with a party that includes tax trivia, tax bingo, and other fun events.
Tax Talks at Festival of Legal Learning
The Festival of Legal Learning provides over 100 sessions to satisfy CLE requirements. As part of the programming for Festival, faculty members from the UNC Tax Law Program provide a session addressing a current policy or development in tax law. Recent topics have focused on in-depth analysis of the impact of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on individuals and businesses. Although specific to tax law, topics are of interest to both tax lawyers and non-tax lawyers.