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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

IRS Names Calvin Johnson 2007 Professor-in-Residence

Irs_logo_341 Johnson_4 The IRS announced today (IR-2007-06) that Chief Counsel Donald L. Korb has revived the Professor-in-Residence Program and named Calvin H. Johnson (Texas) the 2007 Professor in Residence for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel:

Dormant since the late 1980s, the Professor-in-Residence program provides some of the nation’s top legal academicians the opportunity to contribute to the development of legal tax policy and administration. Reporting directly to IRS Chief Counsel Donald L. Korb, the Professor in Residence provides advice and assistance on a wide array of legal issues within the scope of his or her expertise.

As part of the announcement, the IRS released a copy of Calvin's CV and Publications List.

Congratulations to both Calvin and the IRS!

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