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Federal Tax Research Guide: Introduction

A law student's guide to federal income tax research.

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Federal Income Tax Research Guide

This research guide covers federal income tax law and can aid law students in researching real client problems particularly for an internship or tax clinic. The use of LibGuides will allow the reader to easily navigate different links and pages in order to analyze multiple resources efficiently. Having some understanding of federal income tax law and how to conduct basic legal research is necessary. 

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. How to utilize Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg to conduct tax research. 
  2. How to analyze other resources to ensure your legal research is current.
  3. How to begin formulating a solution for your client's problem based on your research. 

 

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