updated August 2022
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To search for books, journals, and audiovisual materials held by William & Mary libraries, use the online catalog.
- Income tax
- Inheritance and transfer tax
- Gifts and Taxation
- Corporations and Taxation
- Trade Secrets
Individual jurisdictions can be searched, e.g. Taxation and Law and Virginia
Library of Congress Call Numbers for Taxation: KF 6271-6645 (federal taxation); KF 6720-6795 (state and local taxation). Browse the shelves under these call numbers to locate relevant treatises.
To search for materials from other libraries, use Worldcat.
- Bittker, Boris I., Martin J. McMahon, Jr., and Lawrence Zelenak, Federal Income Taxation of Individuals (WG&L) Westlaw
- Bittker, Boris I., James S. Eustice, and Gersham Goldstein, Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders (WG&L) Westlaw
- Bittker, Boris I., Lawrence Lokken, Federal Taxation of Income, Estates and Gifts (WG&L) Westlaw
- Chirelstein, Marvin A., Federal income taxation: a law student's guide to the leading cases and concepts,13th ed. KF6369 .C43 2015
- Hazelton, Penny A., Specialized Legal Research
Chapter 3 covers Federal Income Taxation.
Ref. KF240 .S64 2014
- Hellerstein, Jerome R. and Walter Hellerstein, Hellerstein & Hellertein: State Taxation Westlaw
- Kahn, Douglas A. and Jeffrey S. Lehman. Corporate Income Taxation, 6th ed.
KF6464 .K28 2009
- Lederman, Leandra, Federal Tax Practice & Procedure Lexis
- Mertens, Jacob, Merten's Law of Federal Income Taxation Westlaw
- Tobin, Daniel B., and Samuel A. Donaldson. Principles of Federal Income Taxation of Individuals. Reserve KF 6369 .P67 2017
Contains detailed indexing for over 1,200 legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, statutes, bar association and university publications, and some journals from Canada, Great Britain, and Australia/NZ. Includes full text for over 1100 journals. Coverage: 1908 - present.
For More Information
For more information about finding law review articles, including older ones, see Locating Legal and Non-Legal Journal Articles.
Full Text Articles (from journals, newsletters, and legal newspapers)
- Hein Online: Law Journal Library
- Lexis Law Reviews and Journals
- Lexis All Tax Law Reviews and Journals
- Westlaw Law Reviews and Journals
- Westlaw Tax Secondary Sources
- The Journal of Taxation
- Westlaw (1985-present)
- Virginia Tax Review
- New York University Tax Law Review
- Lexis (1982-present)
- National Tax Journal
- Tax Law Review
- Westlaw (1988-present)
Topical Services & Reporters
- RIA Federal Tax Coordinator 2d
- Contains complete coverage and analysis of income, FICA, FUTA, estate, gift and excise taxes, as well as the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations.
- RIA United States Tax Reporter
- Contains text and analysis of the Internal Revenue Code, treasury regulations, and legislative committee reports, as well as annotations of cases and rulings. Includes excise taxes.
- RIA Estate Planning and Taxation Coordinator
- Contains text and analysis of the Internal Revenue Code, treasury regulations, and legislative committee reports, as well as annotations of cases and rulings concerning estate planning and taxation.
- Tax Notes Weekly
- Contains in-depth articles analyzing legislative proposals under consideration by the congressional tax writing committees, court decisions, regulatory pronouncements, and new trends in the administration of tax law. Every issue provides summaries of all full text documents pertaining to federal tax law.
- Lexis (1992-present)
- Tax Management Weekly Report
- Analyzes legislative, regulatory, and judicial tax developments
- Bloomberg Law Tax Management Weekly Report
- Materials include case law, proposed and enacted legislation, and regulations. Selected secondary sources include journal articles (e.g., Virginia Tax Review 1981-) and newsletters.
- Case Law, Regulations and IRS Material Combined
- The taxation practice area materials include current and proposed federal legislation, regulations, and court decisions. Selected secondary sources include journal articles (e.g., Tax Law Review 1988-). It also contains international materials, such as treaties and other agreements dealing with environmental law.
- Title 26 U.S. Code Annotated
- Federal Tax Proposed and Adopted Regulations
- Federal Tax Cases
Internal Revenue Service
Contains links to tax statistics, taxpayer help, tax regulations, and forms & publications
Joint Committee on Taxation
Contains Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) publications, press releases, and other tax-related information
House of Representatives: Committee on Ways and Means
Contains links to hearings, prints and publications, rules and jurisdiction, and legislative resources
Senate Finance Committee
Contains links to press office legislation, hearings, Roth-IRA information.
U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division
The Tax Division's primary function is to serve as a general purpose law firm for its principal client, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). On behalf of the IRS, the Division handles virtually all civil litigation arising under the internal revenue laws except for those cases which are docketed in the U.S. Tax Court, and enforces the criminal tax laws by supervising or directly handling all criminal tax prosecutions.
ABA Section on Taxation
The Section offers vital information about tax law and keeps members apprised of new substantive, administrative and procedural developments. Members have the opportunity to meet and share practical ideas with other tax lawyers and actively address current tax issues.
National Association of Tax Practitioners
The National Association of Tax Practitioners (NATP), founded in 1979, is a nonprofit professional association dedicated to excellence in taxation. NATP was formed to serve professionals who work in all areas of tax practice. Members include CPAs, individual practitioners, enrolled agents, accountants, attorneys, and financial planners
National Tax Association
Founded in 1907, the National Tax Association is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical educational association that fosters study and discussion of complex and controversial issues in tax theory, practice and policy, and other aspects of public finance.