William P. Streng

Professor of Law
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Professor Streng received his bachelor's degree from Wartburg College and his law degree from Northwestern University School of Law. He teaches federal income taxation, corporate tax, international tax and estate planning.
     Prior to joining the faculty in 1985, he practiced tax law with firms in Houston and Cincinnati, was deputy general counsel for the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and an attorney with the United States Department of the Treasury.
     From 1973 to 1980, Professor Streng taught at the Southern Methodist University School of Law. He has also been a visiting professor or visiting fellow at The Ohio State University Law School, New York University, The University of Texas, Hong Kong University School of Law, University of Stockholm, Sweden Law Faculty (Fulbright Professorship), University of Leiden, The Netherlands, Victoria University School of Law, Wellington, New Zealand, and Yokohama National University in Japan. He is the author of numerous books, portfolios, and articles dealing with a variety of tax subjects.

Education:

J.D., Northwestern University
B.A., Wartburg College

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
800 T.M., Estate Planning (author)

700 T.M., Choice of Entity (author)