McGill Tax Law Courses

Tax courses in the Faculty of Law's course calendar

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LAWG 523

3 credits
Tax Practice Seminar.

Law General: Examination of tax practice from a theoretical and practical perspective in five experiential modules featuring local practitioners, including tax planning for families, analysis of application of general anti-avoidance rules to planned transactions, analysis of tax aspects of new technologies.

Offered by: Law

  • Not open to students who have taken LAWG 537 when topic was "Tax practice Seminar".
  • Terms
    • This course is not scheduled for the 2021 academic year
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2021 academic year


PUB2 313

4 credits
Taxation.

Public Law 2: The general principles of Canadian income tax law. The emphasis is on federal, personal and corporation tax with some reference to Quebec income tax law.

Offered by: Law

  • Terms
    • Fall 2021
  • Instructors
    • Allison Christians


PUB2 515

3 credits
Tax Policy.

Public Law 2: Public aspects of tax legislation; federal-provincial agreements; tax sharing and equalization; municipal aspects; social problems in tax policy. Negative tax and re-distribution of resources.

Offered by: Law

  • Restriction: Not open to students who have taken PUB2 415
  • Terms
    • Fall 2021
  • Instructors
    • Allison Christians


PUB2 517

3 credits
Corporate Taxation.

Public Law 2: In-depth consideration of problems unique to corporations and their shareholders including the small business deduction and refundable taxes; distributions to shareholders; corporate reorganizations and liquidations; the capital gain and rollover.

Offered by: Law

  • Restriction: Not open to students who have taken PUB2 417
  • Terms
    • Winter 2022
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2021 academic year


CMPL 539

3 credits
International Taxation.

Comparative Law: Canadian tax treatment of subjects, including the export of goods and services, carrying on business in other countries, international employee transfers, international re-organizations, and international joint ventures and partnerships.

Offered by: Law

  • Terms
    • Winter 2022
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2021 academic year

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