Federal Tax Procedure Book (9/11/17)

Editions of the book:
Current Cumulative Supplement: 
This is a cumulative supplement, so only the most recent need be viewed or downloaded.
Old Cumulative Supplements are linked at the bottom of this page, but I do not recommend anyone downloading any cumulative supplement other than the current one.
Townsend's Forms and Materials for Use with the Book:
  • Forms.  These are forms that I refer to in the text.  It is a selective set of forms that I think are most important for the student to review for the class as I have conceptualized it in the Student Edition of the Book.  The forms include both IRS and FinCEN forms relevant to the class and other form documents (Tax Court pleading and decision documents and refund litigation documents).
  • Materials.  These are key cases I ask the student to read, select John Doe Summons Documents, and two articles that I use for ethics discussions.
Teaching Materials and Other Related Matters Offered by Professors of Tax Procedure (as I am advised of these uses and am given permission to link them, I will offer them here):
  • Jonathan ("Jon") Barry Forman, here, Alfred P. Murrah Professor, University of Oklahoma College of Law
    • Forman's Syllabus (Beginning with Summons), here.
    • Thanks to Jon for offering this syllabus and for permitting me to be a part of teaching his students.
  • John A. Townsend, then Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Houston Law School, Syllabus from his last Tax Procedure class at University of Houston Law School in Fall 2015, here.
Professors and Students Using this Book:
For those using the Student Edition (either Professors or Students), I would appreciate being notified of the use.  You are free to use the book, the forms and the materials, but I would like to know who is using them the law school or other educational institution involved.  Please notify me at jack@tjtaxlaw.com.
Older Cumulative Supplements (Caution: I recommend only the downloading of the current Cumulative Supplement linked above):