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Joel Newman

Professor of Law

Phone: 336.758.5712
Email: newmanjs@wfu.edu
Location: Worrell 3307

Books

  • Federal Income Taxation: Cases, Problems, and Materials. St. Paul, MN : West Group, 1998; 2nd Edition, 2002; 3rd Edition, 2005; 4th Edition, 2008; 5th Edition, (forthcoming 2011).
  • Losses -- General Requirements. Tax Management Portfolios series no. 96-4th. Washington:  Tax Management Inc., BNA, 1987.

Articles, Parts of Books, Book Reviews

Earlier Publications

CLE, Casebook Outlines

  • "Ethical and Professional Responsibility Issues Encountered by Tax Practitioners."  Cary, NC : North Carolina Bar Foundation, 1997.
  • Chapter 1: "Revealing Client Confidences, Substance Abuse, and Sexual Harassment." Loose Lips, Pink Slips and Other Ethical Dilemmas:  1997 Professional Responsibility."  With Christine Nero Coughlin. Cary, NC : North Carolina Bar Foundation, 1997.
  • Chapter:  "Taxes and the Family" (201-210). In Perspectives on the Family Edited by Robert C.L. Moffat, Joseph Grcic and Michael D. Bayles. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990.
  • Chapter 6:  "Income Tax of Estates."In North Carolina Estate Planning Manual 1988, 127-185.  Winston-Salem, N.C.:  Wake Forest School of Law, CLE, 1988.
  • "Changes Affecting the Average Income Taxpayer."  Bar Convention, 1982.  Honolulu, Ha.:  Hawaii Institute, CLE, 1982.
  • "Increasing After Tax Recoveries for Individual and Business Injuries -- Structuring the Settlement."  The 1981-82 Tax Institute  Winston-Salem, N.C.:  Wake Forest School of Law, CLE, 1982.
  • "Powers of Appointment --General Considerations."  Presented at the Third Annual Estate Planning Seminar and Workshop for Professionals, May 11-12, 1979. Winston-Salem, N.C.:  Wake Forest School of Law, CLE, 1979.
  • "Attorney-Client Privilege and Corporate Counsel."  North Carolina Bar Foundation, CLE.
  • "Amintaphil Commentary."  Wake Forest School of Law.