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Jeffrey L. Kwall

Title/s: Kathleen and Bernard Beazley Research Professor

Office #: Corboy 1429

Phone: 312.915.7152

E-mail: jkwall@luc.edu

About

Jeffrey L. Kwall's SSRN Website

Jeffrey L. Kwall joined the faculty of Loyola Law School in 1984 and is a leading author and educator in income taxation. He is the author of the leading comparative business tax casebook and has published tax articles in many journals including the North Carolina Law Review, the Ohio State Law Journal, the Tax Lawyer and the Virginia Tax Review. Professor Kwall was a leading force in developing Loyola Law School's innovative and expansive tax curriculum, its tax certificate program and its accelerated LL.M in taxation program. In addition to his tax expertise, Professor Kwall teaches courses in financial planning and real property and has published in the Journal of Financial Planning and co-authored a leading property casebook.

Degrees

B.A., Bucknell, 1977
M.B.A., Wharton, 1981
J.D., Pennsylvania, 1981

Program Areas

Advanced Corporate Tax
Business and the Law
Corporate and Partnership Tax
Federal Income Tax
Financial Planning for Lawyers and Clients
LL.M. Tax Seminar
Property
Senior Tax Seminar

Publications

Books

The Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and Their Owners (4th ed., Foundation Press, 2012  (forthcoming))

Fundamentals of Modern Property Law (6th ed., Foundation Press, 2011) (with E. Rabin, R. Kwall and A. Arnold)

Fundamentals of Modern Property Law (5th ed., Foundation Press, 2006) (with E. Rabin and R. Kwall)

The Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and Their Owners (3rd ed., Foundation Press, 2004)

Articles

When Should Asset Appreciation Be Taxed?: The Case for a Disposition Standard of Realization, 86 Indiana (Bloomington) Law Journal 77 (2011)

The Repeal of Graduated Corporate Tax Rates, 131 Tax Notes 1395 (2011)

Backdating, 63 Business Lawyer 1153 (2008) (with S. Duhl)

What is a Merger?: The Case for Taxing Cash Mergers Like Stock Sales, 32 J. Corp. L. 1 (2006)

Justice: The Impact of a Lawyer's Personal Philosophy, 36 Loy.U.Chi. L.J. 513 (2005) [article]

"Dethroning King Enterprises," 58 Tax Lawyer 1 (2004) (Kristina Maynard)

Out with the Open-Transaction Doctrine: A New Theory for Taxing Contingent Payment Sales, 81 No. Car. Law Rev. 977 (2003)

Recent Presentations

Panel Moderator, Law Journal conference on Tax Law in a Liberal Democracy, March 2008

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