In Uncategorized on 02/15/2022 at 17:27

No, it’s not my horn I’m tooting. I’m calling once again for reform of standards for admission to practice before United States Tax Court. There should be an examination for attorneys, wherever else they may be admitted and however highly spoken of they might be in other venues. It’s going on ten (count ’em, ten) years since my “modest proposal” pancaked onto deaf ears. See my blogpost “A Book and a Modest Proposal,” 5/22/12.

I’m not going to go over STJ Eunkyong (“N’Yawk”) Choi’s Order in Isobel Berry Culp and David Culp, Docket No. 14054-21, filed 2/15/22. My sources tell me that Ms. and Mr. Culp are lawyers in the Philadelphia area. For that reason, they are entitled to automatic admission to the Tax Court Bar.

STJ N’Yawk Choi makes my point far better than I could. I most respectfully direct your attention to Her Honor’s Order.


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