2019 Substantive Law Training Series for Public Interest Attorneys Introduction to Representing the Low-Income Taxpayer

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2019 Substantive Law Training Series
for Public Interest Attorneys
Introduction to Representing the Low-Income Taxpayer
Hosted by: Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
Date & Time: September 17, 2019, 1:30-2:30 PM
Location: Louisiana State Bar Center
601 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
Presenter: Paul Tuttle, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
This CLE is designed to be a training on how to represent or assist low-income taxpayers with basic tax and collections issues. During the CLE, attorneys will learn about the basic forms needed to represent clients in tax and collections cases, common types of cases affecting low-income clients, and laws and legal practice related to such cases.
This CLE will be available in-person at the LSBA Bar Center (space limited) and via webinar through remote access. You must register to attend this CLE (in-person or remotely) at https://forms.gle/DRTi2cLuPaHubsnp9. The CLE is worth 1.0 credit.
SPEAKER BIO
Paul Tuttle is a managing attorney with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS), a private, non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal services for low income persons. He is a 1996 cum laude graduate of Tulane Law School. He is the author of Legal Strategies for Environmental Justice Representation in Louisiana, a 1996 publication funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Paul began working at SLLS as a staff attorney in 1996 and became a managing attorney in 2006. He has worked in the areas of tax, housing, family law, public benefits, bankruptcy, and successions. He authored the Successions Chapter of the 2013 Louisiana Legal Services and Pro Bono Desk Manual – Published by the Gillis W. Long Poverty Law Center at the Loyola University College of Law. In 2018, Paul was awarded the 2018 Career Public Interest Award by the Louisiana State Bar Association. Paul has conducted many CLE presentations on the topics of Successions, Title to Immovable Property, and Federal Income Tax