Brian Lepard

Associate Professor
Brian D. Lepard is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law, where he has taught the basic course on taxation and courses on the international aspects of U.S. income taxation, the corporate tax, tax policy and business planning. He is a leading expert in the fields of tax law, international law, and comparative law.       

Before becoming a professor of law he worked for six years as an associate at the Philadelphia law firm of Dechert Price & Rhoads, where he practiced tax law with an emphasis on the international aspects of U.S. income taxation and the taxation of exempt organizations. He also worked for three years as an international human rights law specialist at the United Nations Office of the Baha'i International Community, a non-governmental organization.
Professor Lepard has multidisciplinary scholarly and teaching interests in the fields of tax and business law, including international tax law; international human rights law; humanitarian intervention; international legal theory; comparative law, including comparative religious law; ethics; and world religions. He is the author of seven books and numerous articles relating to these diverse subject areas. Professor Lepard has delivered presentations on international law, human rights, and comparative law at conferences around the world, including in Albania, Australia, Canada, Ecuador, French Polynesia, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.

J.D., 1989, Yale Law School
B.A., 1983, Princeton University

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
551 T.M., Section 482 Allocations: General Principles in the Code and Regulations (author)
552 T.M., Section 482 Allocations: Specific Allocation Methods and Rules in the Code and Regulations (author)
553 T.M., Section 482 Allocations: Judicial Decisions and IRS Practice (author)