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Jennifer L. Chapman

Senior Lecturer
International Programs Director
MAcc Program Director
Tull School AACSB Coordinator
Unit:

International Business Programs

Education:
  • JD, Law, University of Georgia, 2002
  • MAcc, Taxation, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 1998
  • BBA, Accounting, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 1997

 

Prior professional positions:
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC - Tax Consultant, Atlanta, GA
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, Hon. Clay D. Land - Judicial Law Clerk, Columbus, GA
  • Fortson, Bentley, & Griffin - Tax Attorney, Athens, GA
Awards, Honors and Recognitions:
  • Terry College of Business Outstanding Teacher Award, 2021
  • Terry College of Business Faculty Service Award, 2020
  • Percy B. Yeargan Outstanding Graduate Teacher of the Year, 2018
Selected Publications:

Textbook:

  • Watson, Billman, & Chapman, Federal Tax Practice and Procedure (West, 3d Edition 2022).

Peer Reviewed Academic Articles:

  • Akins, Chapman, & Gordon, A Whole New World:  Income Tax Considerations of the Bitcoin Economy, 12 Pittsburgh Tax Review 25 (2014).
  • Chapman, Case Study:  Using the Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act Decision to Introduce Judicial Review Philosophies in a Legal Environment Course, 30 Journal of Legal Studies Education 321 (Summer 2013).
  • Chapman, Fitting the Jigsaw Pieces Together to Define the Scope of the Tax Shelter Exception to the Section 7525 Privilege, Business Law Review, Volume 44 (Spring 2011).
  • Chapman, Attorney or CPA?  Why It Matters:  The Evolving Role of Evidentiary Privileges in Tax Litigation, Southern Law Journal, Vol. XX (Fall/Winter 2010).

Editorial Board Reviewed Academic Articles:

  • Akins, Gordon, & Chapman, Fiduciary Duty within the Parent-Adolescent Entrepreneurial Relationship, Cumberland Law Review (2021).
  • Gordon, Chapman, & Akins, The Case for Regulation of Bitcoin Mining as a Security, 19 Virginia Journal of Law and Technology 669 (Summer 2015).