The Papers of Professor Thomas R. White, III
Scope and Contents
In 1986, Professor White donated one folder related to his research on "Travel Funds-Tax Concerns" for faculty and in 1989 he transferred to the archives the planning files of the 42nd to 47th Annual Virginia Tax Conferences.
- White, Thomas R., III (Person)
Biographical / Historical
White is a member of various committees of the American Bar Association's Tax Section, including those that deal with domestic relations, partnerships and tax structure, and simplification. As a Tax Section member, he participated in study groups set up to propose simplification of domestic relations tax laws. He also is a member of the American College of Tax Counsel and the National Tax Association.
In law school, White was on the board of editors of the Pennsylvania Law Review, and a member of the Order of the Coif. He came to Virginia after two years of practicing law in Philadelphia with White & Williams, and two years as attorney-adviser in the Office of Tax Legislative Counsel for the U.S. Treasury Department. He was a congressional fellow of the American Political Science Association in 1972-73, and a legislation attorney for the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation of the U.S. Congress in 1973-74. He participated in the Administrative Conference's IRS Project in the late 1970s. In 1993, he served as a consultant to the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Site contributors, "Thomas R. White," University of Virginia School of Law Website, https://www.law.virginia.edu/lawweb/faculty.nsf/FHPbI/1220350 (accessed December 4, 2015)
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- The Papers of Professor Thomas R. White, III1979-1983 MSS 84-5
- The Papers of Professor Thomas R. White, IIIMSS 84-5
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