Tax Controversy Institute


Beverly Hills Hotel
October 23, 2018




What is the Tax Controversy Institute Conference?

The Annual Tax Controversy Institute is the preeminent conference exclusively dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The conference provides an open forum for distinguished presenters and panelists to discuss, and often debate, sensitive tax practice issues with an engaged audience.

“For over 30 years, UCLA Extension’s Tax Controversy Institute has been the preeminent conference in the United States dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The Institute’s continued success is structured around extremely high-quality practical presentations by sophisticated government and private practitioners from throughout the United States who enjoy an open discussion of sometimes sensitive practice issues with the audience.”

-Charles P. Rettig, Institute Chair

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A True Partnership in Learning

The Annual Tax Controversy Institute has gained unparalleled national recognition in the field of tax controversy, representing a true partnership among members of the tax judiciary, government, and private tax practitioners.

During the day-long conference, attendees have the opportunity to network with leading tax professionals and IRS representatives.


Conference Highlights

  • Attend high-quality keynote presentations and panel discussions to learn the latest trends and practices surrounding tax controversy issues
  • Convenient, day-long format held at the prestigious Beverly Hills Hotel that includes continental breakfast and evening reception
  • Annual Bruce I. Hochman Award Luncheon
  • In partnership with CalCPA, this conference is also available as a Webcast.
  • Conference fee discounts for CalCPA, NAEA, and FPA members as well as employer group discounts
  • Available MCLE, CPE, and Legal Specialist Educational Credit in Taxation Law


Who Will Attend

Tax Attorneys
Accountants, CPAs, & Enrolled Agents
Financial Advisors
Tax and Corporate Professionals
Accounting/Tax & Law Students

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