Professor Grill is a Senior Counsel with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in the Income Tax & Accounting (IT&A) division of the national office. As Senior Counsel, Professor Grill performs complex research, advisory, analysis, and review functions to handle and resolve specific cases or complicated issues involving recognition and timing of income and deductions, eligibility for deductions, capital gains and losses, and other areas under IT&A’s jurisdiction. Generally, he serves with decision-making and review/signatory responsibility for a range of final products which include published guidance, informal guidance, letter rulings, and exam and litigation support. He has also served as a docket attorney and an Assistant to the Branch Chief in IT&A. Prior to joining IT&A, Professor Grill clerked for the then Chief Judge of the U.S. Tax Court and worked with the National Real Estate Tax Technical Leader at PwC. He holds an LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown Law, a J.D. from Elon University School of Law, and an A.B. in Economics from Rollins College.