B.A., Harvard College; J.D., Boston College; LL.M., Georgetown University
Robert Pomerance was the Counsel to the Chief Judge of the United States Tax Court from 1992 until his retirement in 2011. Previously he served for fourteen years as an attorney in the Appellate Section of the Tax Division of the Department of Justice, litigating tax cases in the federal courts of appeals and in the United States Supreme Court. He received several awards for his handling of appeals, including a special commendation award from the Attorney General. As an adjunct professor he has taught taxation at the Georgetown University Law Center and the Law School of the University of the District of Columbia. He has also taught appellate advocacy and an introduction to the law of the United States (for graduates of foreign law schools) at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Current Semester Course: Federal Income Taxation