Low Income Taxpayer Clinic

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Please Note: The Low Income Taxpayer Clinic does not prepare any tax returns.

A Low Income Taxpayer Clinic is an organization independent from the Internal Revenue Service that represents low income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in audit, appeals, collections and federal tax litigation. The University of Denver’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic has student participants who are earning their Masters in Tax (MT) or Masters of Law in Taxation (LLM) degrees. Students participating in the clinic will gain valuable experience handling client matters, researching individual and small business tax issues and working directly with the Internal Revenue Service and Colorado Department of Revenue.

To become a student participant: If you are enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program (as an MT or LLM student) or the Sturm College of Law you can participate in the LITC for credit or as a volunteer.

We also welcome volunteers (CPAs, enrolled agents, and attorneys) from the community.

Interested students and volunteers should contact either Erin Stearns or Samantha Galvin for more information.



University of Denver Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
2255 East Evans Avenue, #390
Denver, CO 80208
Phone: (303) 871-6331
Fax: (303) 871-6822
litc@law.du.edu

 

Faculty

Sturm College of Law
University of Denver
2255 E. Evans Avenue
Denver, CO 80208