B.S., 1967, Temple University
J.D., 1977, Gonzaga University
LL.M., 1982, New York University
Jerry Borison is a nationally recognized professor who teaches, writes and consults in the areas of IRS controversies and estate planning. As the list of publications below reflects, he has, as they say, “written the book” in those areas.
Professor Borison holds an LLM (Masters in Law) in Taxation from New York University School of Law, having previously earned his JD from Gonzaga University and his BS in accounting from Temple University. Before entering law teaching in 1982, he practiced as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Pennsylvania and as an attorney for IRS Chief Counsel’s office in San Francisco. He has been actively involved in the American Bar Association Section of Taxation and is a Fellow with the American College of Tax Counsel. Prof. Borison teaches in the College of Law and in the Graduate Tax Program.
Among his publications are the following books: Editor and Principal Author of first two editions of “Effectively Representing Your Client Before the ‘New’ IRS” – A comprehensive, easy-to-use handbook published by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation for the general tax practitioner. A three-volume/CD-ROM set – including sample correspondence, forms, and hundreds of practice.
Co-author (with Profs. Steve Johnson and Sam Ullman) of “Federal Tax Procedure” (3rd Ed. 2016, Carolina Academic Press), one of a dozen casebooks in the Carolina Academic Press Graduate Tax Series for use in graduate tax programs.
Co-author (with Susan Gary, Naomi Cahn, and Paula Monopoli) of “Contemporary Trusts and Estates,” Aspen Casebook Series, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (3rd Ed., 2016).
Contemporary Trusts and Estates - An Experiential Approach, co-authored with Gary, S., Cahn, N., Monopoli, P., New York, NY: Aspen Casebook Series, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2nd Ed., 2014).
Contemporary Trusts and Estates - An Experiential Approach, 58 Saint Louis University Law Journal 727 (2014).
Defending The IRC §6672 “Trust Fund Recovery Penalty,”, 8 J. of Tax Pract. & Proc. 21 (2006).
Getting Equity from the Tax Court in Innocent Spouse Cases, 72 Tax Notes 1787 (1996).
Civil Tax Procedure, co-authored with Profs. Richardson and Johnson, Published in 2005 by Lexis-Nexis, 2d Ed. (2007).