Eric San Juan
Senior Technical Advisor to the National Taxpayer Advocate, Adjunct Professor of Law
A.B., J.D., Harvard; M.A., Chicago
Eric A. San Juan has held various positions in the Department of the Treasury and IRS, including Acting & Deputy Tax Legislative Counsel, Office of...Continue Reading
Eric A. San Juan has held various positions in the Department of the Treasury and IRS, including Acting & Deputy Tax Legislative Counsel, Office of Tax Policy; Senior Attorney-Advisor, Taxpayer Advocate Service; and Senior Technical Advisor, Office of the TE/GE Commissioner. He has worked on legislative and administrative aspects of individual, trust, estate, non-profit, and procedural issues. Additionally, he is a Vice-Chair of the Committee on Tax Policy & Simplification, American Bar Association, and a member of the advisory group to Meridian-180.org, the quadri-lingual platform of the Clarke Program in East Asian Law & Culture, Cornell University. Previously, he taught as an adjunct or full-time law faculty member at Catholic, American, and St. Louis universities. In the past, he was an associate at the law firm then known as Hale and Dorr (Boston) and a judicial clerk at the U.S. Tax Court (Washington). He graduated from Harvard College in 1987, Harvard Law School in 1991, and subsequently earned a graduate degree from the University of Chicago.