Stanley Langbein

Professor of Law
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Stanley I. Langbein is a Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law.  Following his graduation from law school, he served as law clerk to Judge John Minor Wisdom of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, as attorney/advisor in the Office of International Tax Counsel of the United States Department of the Treasury, and practiced law for 11 years in Washington, D.C. and Buffalo, N.Y.  Professor Langbein authored a leading article in the mid-1980s, entitled The Unitary Method and the Myth of Arm’s Length, questioning the theoretical and historical basis for the prevailing “arm’s length” method of transfer pricing, as well as numerous follow-up articles defending and elaborating upon his position.  He is the author of the Federal Income Taxation of Banks and Financial Institutions (RIA/Warren Gorham & Lamont 7th ed. 2015).

Education:
J.D., from Harvard Law School (1973)
A.B., Yale College (1970)

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
889 T.M., Transfer Pricing: Perspectives of Economists and Accountants (co-author)