November 06, 2019 People in Tax Podcast

Keith Fogg, Alison Helland, Andy Grewal, Caroline Bruckner, John Colvin, and Christine Speidel

Keith Fogg

In S02E01, James Creech and Keith Fogg discuss working in the IRS Chief Counsel office, transitioning to teaching, clinical law, and blogging. Listen here.

In S02E02, they discuss the advantages of ABA Tax Section membership, the quality of Tax Section programming, taxpayer uptake of LITC services, and advice to young lawyers. Listen here.

(Interviews at the 2019 Midyear Tax Meeting, New Orleans, LA.)

Alison Helland

In S02E03, James Creech and Alison Helland discuss the atmosphere of involvement at Tax Section meetings, the practice of helping business owners with estate and succession planning, using Tax Section meetings to stay current, and the benefits of volunteering within the Section. (Interview at the 2019 May Tax Meeting, Washington, DC.) Listen here.

Andy Grewal

In S02E04, James Creech and Andy Grewal discuss working in academia, disagreeing respectfully on social media, teaching tax law, and the shortfalls of the tax code. (Interview at the 2019 May Tax Meeting, Washington, DC.) Listen here.

Caroline Bruckner

In S02E05, James Creech and Caroline Bruckner discuss working on Capitol Hill, the tax code and women business owners, the need for data and practitioner perspectives to inform tax policy, and the social impact of tax policy. (Interview at the 2019 May Tax Meeting, Washington, DC.) Listen here.

John Colvin

In S02E06, James Creech and John Colvin discuss work on the Tax Section Committee on Government Submissions, the attractions of Tax Meetings, and taking a case to the U.S. Supreme Court. (Interview at the 2019 May Tax Meeting, Washington, DC.) Listen here.

Christine Speidel

In S02E07, James Creech and Christine Speidel discuss tax law work helping victims of domestic violence, volunteering for the Tax Section Pro Bono and Tax Clinics Committee to advocate for better tax law administration, teaching tax law to clinic students, and advice to law students interested in social advocacy through tax. (Interview at the 2019 May Tax Meeting, Washington, DC.) Listen here.