CHICAGO --- Jeffrey L. Kwall, a leading author and educator in income taxation, will be visiting Northwestern University School of Law during the winter and spring quarters as the Harry R. Horrow Visiting Professor in International Law.
Kwall is the Kathleen and Bernard Beazley Research Professor and director of the Tax LLM Program at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
He pioneered an innovative business tax curriculum at Loyola and is the author of the leading comparative corporate and partnership tax casebook, “The Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and Their Owners.” More than 40 law schools across the nation have adopted the book.
He also is the co-author of a leading property casebook, “Fundamentals of Modern Property Law.” He has published articles in many journals including the “Journal of Financial Planning,” “The North Carolina Law Review,” “The Ohio State Law Journal,” the “Tax Lawyer” and the “Virginia Tax Review.”
Kwall teaches courses in financial planning and real property. He has taught advanced corporate tax, corporate and partnership tax, federal income tax, financial planning for lawyers and clients, LLM tax seminar and senior tax seminar.
Prior to joining the Loyola faculty in 1984, he worked at the Chicago firm of Schwartz & Freeman, where he participated predominantly in the field of federal income taxation.