Maurer School of Law
Professor Leandra Lederman teaches income tax, corporate tax, tax policy colloquium and a seminar in tax procedure. Her research interests include policy issues in the areas of federal income tax law (individual and corporate), tax controversies and tax administration.
Her work often draws upon law-and-economics insights and has included empirical analyses of outcomes in U.S. Tax Court cases. Lederman has written numerous articles, and she presents her work regularly at conferences and workshops. She has also co-authored a casebook on tax controversies and a student guide to corporate taxation.
Areas of Expertise
Federal income tax law (individual and corporate), tax compliance and evasion, tax controversies (including the U.S. Tax Court), tax administration.