Paul L. Caron

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Texas A&M Names Jack Manhire Assistant Dean And Chief of Staff Of The I-School, And Assistant Vice President For Entrepreneurship And Economic Development

Manhire (2017)Jack Manhire, former Director of Program Development and Senior Lecturer in Law at the Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, is taking on new roles in College Station as Assistant Dean and Chief of Staff for Texas A&M’s new School of Innovation (“I-School”) and Assistant Vice President of Operations for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.

Manhire’s positons prior to entering academe include National Chair of the Executive Education Program for the Treasury Executive Institute, Chief of Legal Analysis for the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility, Director of Technical Analysis & Guidance for the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service, and Attorney-Advisor to the IRS National Taxpayer Advocate. Before entering full-time government service, he practiced law privately for over a decade and was Division Chief, Tax Law for the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary National Office.

His scholarly work spans multiple disciplines and appears in journals such as the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, the Virginia Tax Review, the Iowa Law Review Online, the Florida Tax Review, the Journal on Policy & Complex Systems, and the Cayman Financial Review. Manhire has also presented at numerous conferences and workshops on topics ranging from leadership and implicit bias to theoretical physics and quantitative finance. As a Ph.D. candidate, he was a University Fellow at Yale University where he was an Editor of the Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities. He received his J.D. cum laude from Regent University where he was Managing Editor of the Regent University Law Review, and his B.A. magna cum laude from Saint Leo University.

Jack enjoys hanging out with his wife and nine children, scotch and cigars with good friends, the intersection of theology and cosmology, anything nautical, and singing really loudly (and slightly off key) to classic rock on the car radio.

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Congratulations to an accomplished educator and a really nice guy. I wish you much success.

Posted by: Lynn Rodriguez | Sep 19, 2017 7:13:53 AM