Assistant Professor of Law
Jennifer Levine is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Quinnipiac University School of Law and teaches courses related to tax law. Professor Levine’s research interests focus on international tax law, the intersection of tax law and technology, and tax policy.
Before joining the Quinnipiac law faculty, Professor Levine practiced law for over a decade in the taxation practice groups at Goodwin Procter LLP in New York City, Blank Rome LLP in New York City, and Wiggin & Dana LLP in Stamford, Connecticut. In these roles, Professor Levine counseled public and private companies, tax-exempt organizations, and individuals on various aspects of U.S. tax law including: private equity transactions; mergers and acquisitions, including tax-free reorganizations; bankruptcy reorganizations and workouts; financing arrangements; real estate transactions; and federal, state and local criminal and civil tax controversies. Professor Levine also advised corporate clients and individuals with respect to tax-related aspects of structuring international cross-border investments. While in private practice, Professor Levine published and lectured extensively about various international tax and compliance issues.
Professor Levine is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association Tax Section.
Joseph T. Gulant & Jennifer L. Bell, The OCS Tax Trap: U.S. and Foreign Companies Beware!, March /April THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE: INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL FOR EXECUTIVES (2011).
Jennifer Lynn Bell, TERRORIST ABUSE OF NON-PROFITS AND CHARITIES: A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO PREVENTING TERRORIST FINANCING, 17 KAN. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 450 (2008).