The ABA Tax Section Women's Tax Forum is hosting a Zoom Tea today with Alice Abreu (Temple) at 4:30 PM ET:
Take a 30-minute tea break with us as we chat on Zoom video with leading women tax lawyers from a variety of fields who share stories of success and struggle as we explore individual paths to professional and personal fulfillment.
We're thrilled to announce Alice Abreu is joining us this Friday! Alice is a Professor of Law at Temple University's Beasley School of Law, where she teaches courses in Taxation, Corporate Taxation, International Taxation, and Low Income Taxpayer Policy and Practice and is serving as the inaugural Director of Temple's Center for Tax Law and Public Policy.
She is a magna cum laude graduate of both Cornell University and its Law School, where she served as an editor of the Cornell Law Review. Before joining the Temple faculty in 1985, she clerked for Judge Edward N. Cahn (EDPA) and practiced tax law with Dechert, LLP, in Philadelphia.
Alice has published numerous articles in scholarly and professional journals, been an editor of a casebook on Taxation, and is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences. She is a Regent of the American College of Tax Counsel, a Trustee of the American Tax Policy Institute, a member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Taxpayer Rights founded by Nina Olson, a member of the American Law Institute, and an Associate Member of the European Association of Tax Law Professors. She has served as Vice-Chair (Publications), of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association, been the Editor-in-Chief of THE TAX LAWYER, and was a member of the Tax Section's leadership Council for eight years.
In April, 2017, Alice was named a Temple University Great Teacher. She has also received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, as well as the Murray Shusterman Faculty Award. Alice has served as a visiting professor at a number of law schools, including Harvard, Penn, and Yale.
Joan C. Arnold, Chair
ABA Tax Section
Heather Fincher, Chair
ABA Tax Section Women in Tax Forum