Christopher J. Richmond, JD, LLM

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Taxation
310-600-2953
Campus(es):
Los Angeles, Online
faculty bio

Christopher Richmond is an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University. Since 2010, he has taught Tax Research and Decision Making, Advanced Income Taxation, Choice of Entities – S-Corps and LLCs, and Employee  Compensation and Benefits.

Mr. Richmond is also a trial attorney with the SBSE Division of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. He  litigates cases on behalf of the IRS in the United States Tax Court, and provides legal advice to  IRS Revenue Agents and Revenue Officers. Prior to joining Chief Counsel, Mr. Richmond consulted
small businesses and individuals on qualified retirement plans and employee benefits, first as a  third-party administrator and eventually as an ERISA attorney in private practice. He holds a B.A.  in history from the University of Michigan, and a J.D. and LL.M. in taxation from Loyola Law School.


COURSES TAUGHT

TA 318
Advanced Federal Income Taxation
TA 329
Tax Research And Decision Making
TA 356
Limited Liability Companies And S Corporations: A Choice Of Entity
TA 365
Employee Benefits And Compensation

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Employee Benefits
  • Qualified Retirement Plans

EDUCATION

  • BA (History), University of Michigan
  • JD, Loyola Law School
  • LLM (Taxation), Loyola Law School

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 2012-Present: Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University
  • Attorney, Solo Practice

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


HONORS & AWARDS

  • Gregory W. Goff Award for outstanding tax scholarship, Loyola Law School, 2009