Spring Registration - Taxation of LLCs and Partnerships
In response to student demand, Professor Blackburn has graciously consented to offer a section of Taxation of Limited Liabilitity Companies and Partnerships in the Spring semester. Information about the course is below.
If you are interested in enrolling, please contact Professor Blackburn (firstname.lastname@example.org, 502-852-6384).
Limited liability companies (LLCs) are the most popular form of business entity in the United States for small and medium size businesses. The taxation of LLCs is, therefore, a foundation course for any attorney who expects to advise business clients.
1) No prerequisites.
2) 2 credit hours.
3) The class will meet Monday and Wednesday from 2:35 until 3:35 (60 minutes) for the first twelve weeks of the semester (i.e., will finish two weeks before the end of the usual 14 week spring semester).
4) The exam will be either a take-home or in-class (not decided yet), but the class will end before the end of the regular spring semester and before start of the regular exam period.