Neil Birkhoff Outlines LITCs and Volunteer Opportunities Assisting Low-Income Taxpayers 

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Virginia State Bar Taxation Law Section

In an article published in the Spring 2024 issue of the Virginia State Bar Taxation Law Section Newsletter, Woods Rogers Tax Principal Neil Birkhoff outlines how Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) can keep low-income taxpayers afloat when faced with tax issues that could otherwise sink them financially. He outlines the benefits of the program and volunteer opportunities that provide a broad array of tax services.   

Neil has held numerous positions with The Community Tax Law Project, a LITC based in Richmond, as well as serving as the Visiting Director of the Washington & Lee Law School Tax Clinic during the 2021-2022 academic year. Woods Rogers is proud of our attorneys’ commitment to improving access to justice.

For more information, please visit the Virginia State Bar Taxation Section website. 


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