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Monday, February 29, 2016

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Grant Recipients For 2016

LITC LogoThe IRS announced on Friday (IR-2016-32) that it has awarded $10.72 million in matching grants to 129 Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) for the 2016 grant cycle (Jan. 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016).  Through the LITC program, the IRS awards matching grants of up to $100,000 a year to qualifying organizations.  For the full list of grant recipients, see here.  For a list of the 39 law school tax clinic grant recipients, and the amount of their grants, see below the fold:

  • American ($90,000)
  • Arkansas-Little Rock ($98,000)
  • Baltimore ($80,000)
  • Catholic ($82,000)
  • Chapman ($100,000)
  • Connecticut ($90,000)
  • Denver ($100,000)  
  • District of Columbia ($90,000)
  • Fordham ($95,000)
  • Georgia State ($100,000)
  • Gonzaga ($94,000)
  • Harvard ($90,000)
  • Idaho ($99,722)
  • Lewis & Clark ($100,000)
  • Loyola-Chicago ($85,000)
  • Maryland ($70,000)
  • Michigan ($85,000)
  • Michigan State ($100,000)
  • Minnesota ($100,000)
  • Missouri-Kansas City ($100,000)
  • New Mexico ($90,000)
  • North Carolina Central ($80,000)
  • Notre Dame ($70,000)
  • Ohio State ($78,000)
  • Pepperdine ($85,000)
  • Pittsburgh ($85,000)
  • Quinnipiac ($100,000)
  • Rutgers ($100,000)
  • San Diego ($90,000)
  • Santa Clara ($95,000)
  • South Dakota ($80,000)
  • Southern ($60,000)
  • Syracuse ($100,000)
  • Texas Tech ($85,000)
  • Valparaiso ($75,000)
  • Villanova ($100,000)
  • Washington U. ($80,000)
  • U. Washington ($100,000)
  • Washington & Lee ($85,000)

Three law schools that received funding in the 2015 grant cycle did not receive funding in 2016:  Drake, Notre Dame, and St. Mary's.  One law school that did not receive funding in the 2015 grant cycle received funding in 2016:  Pepperdine.  For more information  see:

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2016/02/low-income-taxpayer-clinic-grant-recipients-for-2016.html

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