Lori A. McMillan
Professor McMillan received a Master of Laws in International Taxation from New York University School of Law, and is substantially finished with a Doctorate of Jurisprudence in taxation from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.
Before joining the faculty at Washburn University School of Law, Professor McMillan was a visiting professor at Queen's University at Kingston Law School, International Study Centre, where she taught international taxation law. She also taught business law to students at Ryerson University School of Business, and was an instructor in the Legal Research and Writing Program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Professor McMillan also was an associate lawyer with the Taxation Group of the law firm of Fasken Campbell Godfrey/Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, and worked as tax counsel to Arthur Andersen & Co. (in both U.S. and Canadian tax law), after starting her legal career at Goodman & Goodman/Goodman Phillips and Vineberg. She has worked extensively in and with foreign legal offices and clients, involved in tax planning for inbound and outbound transactions, both from a domestic U.S. and Canadian tax perspective, as well as from an international and tax treaty stand-point.
- Business Associations
- Comparative and International Taxation Law
- International Taxation
- Law and Economics
- Taxation of Business Enterprises
- Taxation of Individual Income
- Tax Policy