Tax Clinics

Loyola Law School's top 10-ranked tax program features an array of clinical options for students.

  • IRS Small Case Tax Clinic

    The IRS Small Case Tax Clinic gives students the opportunity to represent the Internal Revenue Service in cases that come within the Small Case Procedures of the U.S. Tax Court.  Students will learn the structure of the IRS and Tax Court, small case procedures, ethics and disclosure issues.  Students will handle several small cases on behalf of the IRS, including filing answers and dispositive motions, working with taxpayers to settle cases, and litigating the cases in Tax Court.  Students will be supervised by senior attorneys from the IRS Office of Chief Counsel.  

  • Low Income Tax Payer Clinic

    Loyola's Low Income Tax Payer Clinic affords students an opportunity to gain real-world experience while working with indigent clients who might not have the means to hire a private tax consultant.

  • Non-Profit Tax and Transactions Clinic

    Loyola's Non-Profit Tax and Transactions Clinic is a live-client representation clinic in which students provide transactional, non-litigation and non-dispute oriented work involving nonprofit formation, governance, tax-exempt status and operation of nonprofit organizations serving low-income clients or otherwise addressing issues dealing with poverty.

  • Taxpayer Appeals Clinic

    The Taxpayer Appeals Clinic provides students a glimpse of the administrative process behind tax appeals.