LRI - Session 4: Tax Law Research

  • 16 Apr 2019
  • 7:15 PM - 8:15 PM
  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Registration

  • Non-student, in-person attendee of the LRI Statutes session. For in-person attendees, a meal will be provided thanks to a generous donation from Thomson Reuters.
  • Attendees who want to view this session via webcast. We will send you a link to sign in for the class. No meal included with the remote view. Currently enrolled MN law school students will receive a complimentary link to the streaming webcast from their institution, no registration required.
  • Student attendees who want to view this session via webcast. We will send you a link to sign in for the class. No meal included with the remote view. Currently enrolled MN law school students will receive a complimentary link to the streaming webcast from their institution, no registration required.
  • Students attending the in-person session on Statutory legal research. For in-person attendees, a meal will be provided thanks to a generous donation from Thomson Reuters.

Important notices!

* Payment for the program must be received by MALL by April 7, 2019.

* No refunds available, if you are unable to attend you can transfer your registration to another person in your institution.

** MALL Members, please log in before registering. Thank you. **
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Hello!

Thank you for your interest in this year's Legal Research Institute session on Tax Law Research.  This session, taught by Jean Boos, Research Librarian, Fredrikson & Byron and Adjunct Professor, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, will provide a review of basic research techniques and resources to help you locate tax materials and become proficient in using tax research tools and documents. This session is about federal tax research and focuses on U.S. transactions and the law. This session will describe the various types of authoritative documents used in researching tax issues and discuss various secondary sources that can be used to identify and locate these documents.

Join us for a detailed session and become a more skilled researcher.  Please fill out the form to register for the Program. This year's workshop will take place on Tuesday, April 16, at 7:15. 
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Kelley Board Room, 2d floor

875 Summit Ave.

St. Paul, MN 55105


Cost: The cost to attend the live class is $50; student fee is $35.  Attendees who want to view this session via webcast, $35; student fee via webcast, $10.  Currently enrolled MN law school students will get a complimentary link to the streaming webcast from their institutions; no registration required.  No meal included with the remote view.  

For those attending the live sessions, a meal will be provided thanks to a generous donation by Thomson Reuters.  Please make one meal choice for each date you attend.

Box lunch will be delivered to the conference room at 5:15.  Gluten-free options are also available. You may choose one of the following:

• Vegetable Sandwich:  Chevre, bell pepper, tomato, onion, arugula, basil, zucchini, provolone, vinaigrette on multigrain focaccia.

• Grilled Chicken Sandwich: Amish chicken, fresh mozzarella, tomato, Sicilian onions, greens, aioli on piccolo onion focaccia.

• Roast Turkey Avocado Sandwich: Tomato, provolone, red onion, greens, aioli on multigrain.

• Italian Hero Sandwich: Genoa salami, ham, provolone, roasted peppers, pepperoncini, tomato, romaine, aioli, vinaigrette on piccolo onion focaccia.

• Caesar Salad: Romaine, house-made Caesar dressing, croutons, pecorino Romano.

• Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad: Amish chicken, romaine, house-made Caesar dressing, croutons, pecorino Romano. 

• Balsamic Chicken with Strawberries Salad: Amish chicken, greens, local goat cheese, walnuts, balsamic vinaigrette.

• Fresh Mozzarella and Vegetable Salad: Grape tomato, asparagus, ceci beans, carrot, zucchini, onion, romesco sauce.

You can make your boxed meal selection on the registration page. 

Please click on the “Register” button to begin your registration so we can provide a fabulous learning experience for you.  Registration for this class closes on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.

After you register and we have received your payment, you will receive an automatic confirmation from the website, as well as an electronic confirmation that your payment has gone through.  If you have questions about registering, your lunch order, or payment, please contact Pauline Afuso at pauline.afuso@co.ramsey.mn.us.  Thank you! 

Many thanks to Thomson Reuters for sponsoring this program.    

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