The William & Mary Tax Conference offers lawyers and accountants an in-depth look at current topics in tax law. Volumes 2 - 8 (1956 - 1961) were never published.
Developments Bearing on the Future of Taxation in Virginia, Waller H. Horsley
Panel Discussion: Certain Problem Areas Under the Internal Revenue Code, Carrington Williams, Howard A. Rumpf, William H. Westphal, and Lawrence Phillip Roesen
Selected Significant Income Tax Developments in 1965, Leo A. Diamond
Significant Developments in Federal Tax Administration During 1965, Bertrand M. Harding
Case and Ruling Comments on the 1964 Federal Tax Cases and Rulings, William P. Oberndorfer
Panel Discussion: Certain Problem Areas Under the Revenue Act of 1964, Laurence N. Woodworth, Forrest W. Brown Jr., Hugh C. Stromswold, Thomas D. Terry, and David O. Williams Jr.
Tax Legislation Enacted By The 1964 General Assembly of Virginia, H. Brice Graves
The Norfolk Retail Sales and Use Tax, W. R. Moore
Analysis of Tax Legislation Enacted and Proposed in 1963, Lincoln Arnold
Revenue Rulings and Other Publications: 1963, Mitchell Rogovin
Significant Court Decisions During 1963, Carle E. Davis
Taxpayer Compliance Panel, Donald W. Bacon, A. M. Stoepler, Emeric Fischer, and R. Braxton Hill Jr.
1963 William & Mary Annual Tax Conference
The Preparation of a Civil Net Worth Case for Trial - The Private Practitioner's Viewpoint, Montgomery Knight Jr.
Estate Planning Session, H. Brice Graves, W. Gibson Harris, and Toy D. Savage Jr.
Accounting Theory and Taxation, Mark E. Richardson
Basic Tax Issues, Roy Blough
Enforcement, E. Barrett Prettyman
Greetings from the College, Alvin Duke Chandler
History of Taxation in the United States, Randolph E. Paul
Introductory Remarks to Session III, William L. Zimmer III
The Role of Taxation in a Free Enterprise System, C. Lowell Harriss
The Tax Court of the United States, Its Origin and Functions, Bolon B. Turner