Philip F. Postlewaite

Professor of Law
Director, Tax Program


Biography

Philip Postlewaite is an expert in the area of tax law and has taught courses in individual, corporate, partnership, and international taxation. He is the author or coauthor of more than 50 books and 50 articles.


Areas of Expertise

  • Federal Taxation


Selected Publications

  • PARTNERSHIP TAXATION, 8th ed. (Warren, Gorham & Lamont 2017) (with Arthur Willis & Jennifer Alexander).
  • INTERNATIONAL TAXATION: CORPORATE AND INDIVIDUAL, 10th ed. (2016) (with Mitchell B. Weiss).
  • INTRODUCTORY, ADVANCED, AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP TAXATION: PROBLEMS, 2018-2019 ed. (2018) (with Robert R. Wootton, & Mitchell B. Weiss).
  • INTRODUCTORY, ADVANCED, AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP TAXATION: PROBLEMS AND ANSWERS, 2018-2019 ed. (2018) (with Robert R. Wootton, & Mitchell B. Weiss).
  • UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TAXATION: MATERIALS AND PROBLEMS, 4th ed. (2019) (with Jeffrey T. Sheffield, Genevieve Tokic, & Mitchell B. Weiss).
  • UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TAXATION: PROBLEMS AND ANSWERS, 4th ed. (2019) (with Jeffrey T. Sheffield, Genevieve Tokic, & Mitchell B. Weiss).

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Education

  • BBA, Texas Christian University
  • JD, University of California, Berkeley
  • LLM in Taxation, New York University

Prior Appointments

  • Harry R. Horrow Professor in International Law, Northwestern University School of Law
  • Associate Professor of Law, 1976-1981, University of Notre Dame
  • Attorney, 1973-1976, Bogle & Gates
  • Instructor in Taxation, 1971-1973, New York University School of Law
  • Attorney, 1970-1971, Foley & Lardner

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