Bertrand M. Harding, Jr. is a tax attorney who operates his own law firm in Alexandria, VA, specializing in tax issues facing colleges and universities. After graduation from George Washington University law school in 1975, he clerked for a Judge on the U.S. Tax Court. He joined the international law firm of Baker & McKenzie in 1977 and was elected to partner in 1984. He left Baker & McKenzie in 1996 to establish his own law firm.
Mr. Harding currently represents many public and private colleges and universities in connection with ongoing tax issues and has represented a number of schools in connection with IRS audits. He is also a frequent speaker at NACUBO and other higher education tax conferences.
J.D., George Washington University Law Center (1975)
Duke University (1968)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
U.S. Income Taxation of Foreign Students, Teachers, and Researchers (Portfolio 6440)
This Portfolio analyzes the U.S. income tax laws applicable to nonresident alien students, teachers, and researchers who are living, working, and/or studying in the United States.