Master Classes, CLE and Annual Professional Responsibility Workshop

Graduate Tax Program Master Classes/CLE

Like Kind Exchanges of Real Estate: Basics and Beyond (1.5 Professional Practice Credits)

When: September, 16, 2016 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Section 1031 like kind exchanges are increasingly used by real estate investors at all levels to defer taxation while improving or expanding their portfolios. This Master Class will review the basic principles of Section 1031 and then focus on planning more complex real estate like kind exchanges including common fact patterns such as partnership split ups on asset sales and using sale proceeds to construct improvements as replacement property.

Speaker: Lou Weller, Esq., Weller Partners, LLP

For CLE Materials, click here.


Tax Due Diligence in Business Transactions (1.5 Professional Practice CLE Credits)

When: October 6, 2016 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Speakers: Michael Kliegman, Esq., Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP and Greg Falk, Esq., BDO USA, LLP

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International Tax Master Classes/CLE

EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive and State Aid (1.5 Professional Practice CLE Credits)

When: October 27, 2016 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Apple, Starbucks, and Amazon are making headlines for allegedly using international tax structures that result in these companies having reduced tax liabilities. In response, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) developed an action plan known as base erosion and profits shifting (BEPS), intended to ensure that tax is paid where profits and value are generated and that governments can more effectively exercise their tax sovereignty. This master class will explore and clarify these timely international tax issues that concern the United States as well as the EU.

Speaker: Stefano Grilli, Esq., Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners

Register here.

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The Graduate Tax Program Annual Professional Responsibility Workshop (TAX 403)

All students in the Graduate Tax Program are encouraged to attend the Annual Workshop each year. The challenges of tax practice are numerous and it is important to set aside time to focus on professional responsibility and ethics.

Details for next year’s workshop will be announced in Spring 2017.

To see CLE materials from the 2016 Annual Workshop, please click here.

CLE Credits for Coursework in the Graduate Tax Program

Courses successfully completed within the Graduate Tax Program will qualify for CLE credits for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys on the basis of one CLE credit hour for each 50 minute class hour. Students in the Graduate Tax Program (including those non-matriculating) should contact Ashley Oliver at for information about CLE credits.

For more information on New York Law School’s CLE Accredited Provider status, please click here.