Professor Tatarowicz is a Professor in the Graduate Tax Program at Georgetown and Faculty Advisor of the State and Local Tax (SALT) Certificate Program. He is also Of Counsel at the law firm of Morrison & Foerster LLP in Washington, D.C. Professor Tatarowicz has taught at the Law Center as an adjunct professor since 1984, and became a full-time professor in the Graduate Tax Program in 2011. Prior to joining the Law Center full-time, he served as the national leader of the State & Local Tax Practice at Ernst & Young LLP. He teaches and writes on issues that address multijurisdictional taxation, as well as federal limitations on the powers of local governments to tax. Professor Tatarowicz also serves as faculty advisor to the Tax Lawyer and The State and Local Tax Lawyer, and since 1982, he has chaired the Law Center’s Advanced State and Local Tax Institute.

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Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

Philip M. Tatarowicz & Dennis Jansen, Digital Taxation: A View From the United States and France, 88 St. Tax Notes 877-80 (2018).
Craig B. Fields & Philip M. Tatarowicz, State and Local Tax Implications of Reorganizing Business Enterprises, 75 St. Tax Notes 395-402 (2015).
Craig B. Fields & Philip M. Tatarowicz, SALT Implications of Reorganizing Business Enterprises, 77 St. Tax Notes 245-252 (2015).
Philip M. Tatarowicz, A History of the State and Local Taxes Committee and Its Most Recent Quarter Century of Work, 68 Tax Law. 595-669 (2015).
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Craig B. Fields & Philip M. Tatarowicz, State and Local Tax Implications of Reorganizing Business Enterprises, 70 St. Tax Notes 189-199 (2013).