Madison Wulf Elbich ’24 Helps Craft Amicus Brief Urging Sixth Circuit Court to Overturn Decision that Harms Low-Income Taxpayers

During her first two weeks at the clinic, under the supervision of Audrey Patten, clinical instructor and acting director of the Tax Litigation Clinic, Madison Wulf Elbich ’24 filed an amicus brief urging the Sixth […]

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Supreme Court Rules Unanimously In Favor of Tax Clinic Position on Whether Filing Deadlines Are Jurisdictional or Mere “Claims Processing Rules” that Can Be Tolled

Although the Supreme Court has been sharply divided on a host of issues this term, it ruled unanimously this spring in Boechler P.C. v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. That ruling affirmed a position

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LSC Tax Clinic Achieves Meaningful Changes in Two Tax Court Procedures Affecting Low-Income and Pro Se Litigants

As the old saying goes: The pen is mightier than the sword. Yet it is not very common for a law review article to prompt real-world reform. Recently, however, attorneys and students in LSC’s Tax

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A Haven for Taxpayers: Harvard Law’s Federal Tax Clinic Helps Low-income Taxpayers Shed Their Debts — and Stress

By Rachel Reed | Published by Harvard Law Today on April 18, 2022 Everyone knows the old saying about death and taxes, and it’s hardly a secret that filing income taxes — and communicating with

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LSC Clinics Work Creatively to Assist Client Communities Affected by COVID-19

The attorneys and student advocates at the Legal Services Center continue to work tirelessly for our clients as they face unprecedented challenges and financial distress.  Below is a brief update on just some of our

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LSC Responds to COVID-19: An Update from Our Clinics

The Legal Services Center’s staff and students hope you are staying safe and healthy. We are all doing the best we can as we take on new challenges in advocating for client communities made ever

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Sharing Insights To Protect Low-income Taxpayers, Tenants, and Victims of Predatory For-Profit Schools

Attorneys at the Legal Services Center represent thousands of low-income clients every year to protect their rights. Our attorneys also bring their expertise and passion to bear through publications that raise awareness of critical issues

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Advocacy Alert: Low-Income Military Retirees Left Unprotected in Federal Payment Levy Program

In a recent blog post, Clinical Professor Keith Fogg, Director of the Federal Tax Clinic at LSC, advocates for the IRS to ensure that low-income veterans who receive military retirement payments are protected from financial

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