The College is a non-profit professional association of tax attorneys who work in private law firms and corporate legal departments, teach in law schools or work for federal or state revenue agencies. The College’s members, called “Fellows,” are nominated by their peers for admission. Membership in the College is conferred upon those recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements in tax law, and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law.
The College is governed by its 19-member Board of Regents. In addition to the four members of the College’s Executive Committee, one Regent is elected from each of the 13 federal judicial circuits and two Regents are elected to serve at large.
The purposes of the College are to foster excellence and to elevate professional standards in the practice of tax law and to facilitate the scholarly discussion and examination of tax policy issues.
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