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Friday, March 9, 2012

Field: Eight Tips to Help Early-Career Tax Lawyers Give Advice to Clients

Tax Analysts Heather M. Field (UC-Hastings), Giving Useful Tax Planning Advice, 134 Tax Notes 1299 (Mar. 5, 2012):

In an effort to ease the transition from school to practice, Field provides guidance to early-career tax lawyers about how to turn their growing knowledge of the tax law into useful client advice. This article is dedicated to Field’s father, Harry, who taught her to ‘‘read to misunderstand.’’ Although Field’s father’s legal expertise is not in tax law, he shared many lessons about life and lawyering that Field found invaluable in tax practice. She regularly shares those lessons with her students (sometimes to their chagrin), and she includes some here.

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