Matthias Edrich, a partner in the Denver office, recently wrote a book review for The Colorado Lawyer on the book Federal Income Taxation: Model Problems and Outstanding Answers by Professor Camilla E. Watson.
In his review, Edrich puts forth that the book is a good resource for law students preparing for an exam in federal income taxation. He says the book—which covers 36 subjects from the fundamental concept of gross income to more complex issues such as tax shelters and procedures—is a quick read. It covers a variety of cases that are easy to digest without introducing too much detail. He goes on to say that the examples in the book make the tax law approachable and offer a good stepping stone to more advanced texts.
Mr. Edrich is a member of the firm’s national federal tax practice and an active member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL). He currently serves as Vice Chair of the NABL Tax Committee.
To read Mr. Edrich’s article in its entirety, click the link below. Reprinted with permission of The Colorado Lawyer.
Federal Income Taxation