accounting University of Michigan
law University of Minnesota
tax New York University
federal income taxation, tax research and communication, partnership taxation, tax-exempt organizations
Paul G. Gutterman brings more than 10 years of practical experience to his MBT classes. He began his career in the tax area of Dorsey and Whitney, the Upper Midwest's largest law firm. As senior manager in Ernst & Young's tax department, Gutterman focused on corporate, partnership, and exempt organization taxation. He also taught at William Mitchell College of Law as an adjunct professor for six years, joining the MBT program as an adjunct faculty member in 1990. Gutterman helped develop the state's Limited Liability Company Act as a member of a Minnesota State Bar Association committee that drafted the legislation. Gutterman teaches the MBT's signature course: Tax Research, Communication and Practice. He is currently serving as Director of the MBT program.
Tax Practice Before the IRS, Paul Gutterman (contributor), Steven C. Salch, Henry J. Lischer, and Jennifer J. S. Brooks (Shepherd's/McGraw-Hill, 1994).
Faculty Advisor, Beta Alpha Psi
Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association
Final Reviewer, tax questions on the Uniform CPA Examination