Saturday, June 9, 2007
The SMU Graduate Tax Program began more than 50 years ago and prospered under Dean Charles O. Galvin. Today, U.S. News ranks SMU among the Top 20 law schools in tax and among the Top 10 graduate tax programs. In recent years, the SMU Law Review has published a special tax issue, including
Over this five-part series, TaxProf Blog has profiled SMU's full-time Graduate Tax Faculy:
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