After resurrecting its Professor in Residence program earlier this year, the Internal Revenue Service has selected Gregg D. Polsky as its 2007-2008 PIR. Polsky recently joined the faculty at Florida State University's College of Law as the Sheila M. McDevitt Professor of Law. He also spent six years on the faculty at the University of Minnesota Law School. Polsky was also in private practice with the firm of White & Case LLP. He succeeds Calvin Johnson, whose term ended May 31. Polsky's term begins in September. Dormant since the late 1980s, the Professor in Residence program provides a forum for legal academicians to contribute and develop legal tax policy and administration. The professor in residence reports to IRS chief counsel Donald Korb.
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