Free need-based legal representation in Federal tax matters, specializing in client controversy with the IRS.
Lewis & Clark Law School’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) gives students the opportunity to represent low income taxpayers in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and Oregon Department of Revenue, including audits and appeals before that agency, trials, hearings before the U.S. Tax Court, and appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Student participants work under the supervision of an experienced tax attorney who is a full-time member of the law school faculty. The LITC accepts for representation only those cases that maximize student opportunities to learn and develop practical lawyering skills.
The LITC works together with the Small Business Legal Clinic, in downtown Portland.
For more information about the clinic, reach out to Director of LITC Sarah Lora email@example.com
Clinical professor Jan Pierce led the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic for 19 years. Along the way, he guided many law students toward their legal careers.
John MacMorris-Adix, a 3L Low Income Tax Clinic intern, made an oral argument on an issue of first impression in the U.S. District Court in a case which has garnered national attention.
Sarah Lora, a new clinical professor for the law school, will lead the Lewis & Clark Law School Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) starting in June 2019, replacing beloved faculty member Jan Pierce, who is retiring after 19 years of clinic leadership.
Dean Jennifer Johnson presented the Distinguished Business Law Graduate award to alum Ambyr O’Donnell ’01 at the 23rd annual Business Law Spring Luncheon.
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic students argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and won
The IRS awarded law school tax clinic grants to 37 recipients. Lewis & Clark received $98,000.