K. Christy Vouri-Misso focuses her practice on all stages of complex federal tax controversies including Internal Revenue Service (IRS) examinations, administrative appeals, voluntary disclosures, and litigation. She has settled multiple tax disputes with IRS legal counsel avoiding costly litigation in court.
Christy also focuses on international disputes and agreements, including transfer pricing audits, litigation, Advance Pricing Agreements, and the Mutual Agreement Program. She has significant experience advising clients on strategic and procedural considerations in US Tax Court and other federal courts.
Christy is an adjunct professor of Tax Practice and Procedure, Litigation, at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Previously, Christy was a law clerk to Judge Robert A. Wherry, Jr., in the US Tax Court.
District of Columbia Bar, Section of Taxation, New Practitioners Committee, former chair
Georgetown University Law Center, LLM, Taxation, with distinction, 2011
Georgetown University, LLM, 2011
Georgetown University Law Center, JD, cum laude, 2010
University of California – Davis, BA, with honors, 2007
University of California – Davis, BS, with high honors, 2007
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