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Elliott Manning

Professor of Law Emeritus and Dean's Distinguished Scholar for the Profession Emeritus
University of Miami

Elliott Manning is Professor of Law Emeritus and Dean's Distinguished Scholar for the Profession Emeritus at the University of Miami School of Law. Before joining the university in 1980, he was an associate (1958-67) and partner (1968-87) in the New York law firm of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. He was practice consultant (1985-2001) for the Miami law firm of Thomson Muraro Razook & Hart P.A. He is a member of the American Law Institute, a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel and of the American Bar Association and is Tax and Business Law sections. He has published several Tax Management Portfolios relating the partnership taxation, is co-author of two volumes in the Lexis-Nexis Graduate Tax Series as well as articles dealing with partnership taxation and other tax subjects.

A member of the Florida bar and its tax, business law and real property probate and trust law sections, he also has been admitted to the bars in New York and Georgia. He has published several Tax Management Portfolios relating the partnership taxation, is co-author of two volumes in the Lexis-Nexis Graduate Tax Series as well as other books and articles dealing with partnership taxation and other tax subjects.

Professor Manning teaches courses in taxation, business planning, closely held business, and mergers and acquisition. He is the former Director (1982-92) Interim Director (1998-2000), of the Graduate Program in Taxation and the Graduate Program in Real Property Development (1986-92).

Education:
J.D., Harvard Law School (1958) magna cum laude
A.B., Columbia College (1955) with honors

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