By Caroline D. Ciraolo
Pittsburgh Tax Review, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Volume 18 Issue 1 (Fall 2020)
A Brilliant Mind. A Caring Heart. A Force of Nature. These are just some of the ways we have described our friend, our mentor, our champion: Nina Olson. The former National Taxpayer Advocate and founder of the Center for Taxpayer Rights has been a leader in the tax controversy bar since her days at the Community Tax Law Project, which she formed in 1992. For nearly thirty years, Nina has worked tirelessly for taxpayers navigating their way through our nation’s complex tax system and, along the way, taught legions of tax practitioners, government employees, and elected officials the importance of a fair and efficient tax system for all.
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