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NYU Institute On State and Local Taxation, Dec. 17 & 18

October 5, 2007
N-033, 2007-08

New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies presents the 26th Institute on State and Local Taxation, which for hundreds of tax practitioners, is the event of the year.

The Institute addresses all major areas of state and local taxation and attracts attorneys, accountants, state tax officials, tax directors, tax managers, and anyone seeking expert discussion of the latest in state tax technical, legislative, and planning developments. Attendees learn practical solutions and valuable insights from leading authorities throughout the industry. It’s a networking opportunity to share ideas, exchange views, and learn what others are doing, as well as obtain credit for continuing education.

This year’s luncheon address (Dec. 17 @ 12:45pm), “State Taxes: From LGA to LAX In 25 Minutes,” is a quick-hit review of the major tax issues likely to be considered in the 2008 state legislatures, keeping an eye out for the weird, the bizarre, and the downright humorous. The address is by Harley T. Duncan, executive director, Federation of Tax Administrators, Washington, DC. Following this, Richard D. Pomp, Esq., professor of law, University of Connecticut, will be honored with the award for Outstanding Achievement in State and Local Taxation from the Institute.

For more information and to register on-line, visit www.scps.nyu.edu/salt, email kathleen.costello@nyu.edu, or call (212) 992-3320.

  • WHEN: Monday & Tuesday, December 17 & 18, 2007 from 8:00AM - 4:30PM
  • WHERE: The Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway, NYC
  • FEES: Institute on State and Local Taxation: Registration Fee $952.00 for a limited time ($1,120.00 original price)

Reporters wishing to cover the Institute, please contact Christopher James at 212.998.6876 or christopher.james@nyu.edu.


The School of Continuing and Professional Studies at New York University is a recognized leader in professional continuing education. New York University’s Division of Programs in Business’s Department of Accounting, Law & Taxation has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. This conference meets the educational requirements of many organizations and agencies with mandatory CLE/CPE filing requirements. We urge you to contact our office in advance at 212-992-3320 to ensure the availability of credit for a specific MCLE state.

This Press Release is in the following Topics:
Events and Traditions, School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: Christopher James | (212) 998-6876


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