Professor Daniel Lathrope's teaching and research focus is taxation. He received his J.D. degree from Northwestern University School of Law, and his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law. Professor Lathrope became a member of the UC Hastings faculty in 1980 and later served as Associate Dean, Academic Dean, and Acting Dean.
Professor Lathrope is the co–author of several casebooks on individual, corporate, and partnership taxation, including Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation, Fundamentals of Corporate Taxation, and Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation. He is the author of The Alternative Minimum Tax—Compliance and Planning with Analysis, a treatise on the alternative minimum tax, and a book on comparative income taxation titled Global Issues in Income Taxation. He has taught in the graduate tax programs at New York University and the University of Florida. He teaches at the University of San Francisco School of Law and has also taught at UC Berkeley, Pacific McGeorge, and Leiden University in the Netherlands.
In his spare time, Professor Lathrope enjoys golf, sitting by a lake, reading, fantasy football, and watching water polo.
Courses taught: U.S. Taxation of Foreign Transactions and Investment
Selected Articles (6)
Reduce the Impact of the Alternative Minimum TaxPractical Tax Strategies
Recent Tax Developments in the Taxation of Corporations and ShareholdersTulane Institute of Federal Taxation
1997 - 1998
Federal Tax Policy, Tax Subsidies, and the Financing of Professional Sports FacilitiesS. Texas Law Review
The United States Corporate Alternative Minimum TaxForfaitair
An Introduction to Subchapter S of the United States Internal Revenue CodeFiskaal
State Defined Marital Status: Its Future as an Operative Tax FactorUC Davis Law Review