EDWARD J. ROCHE, JR.
Professor of Law and Interim Director, Graduate Tax Program. B.B.A. 1973, University of Notre Dame; J.D. 1976, University of Chicago; C.P.A. Prior to his appointment to the faculty, Prof. Roche was attorney-advisor in the Office of Tax Legislative Counsel, U.S. Department of the Treasury, and an associate with Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago. He is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel and co-chair of the Denver Tax Institute. He has served as chair of the Taxation Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association and was chair of the Drafting Committee of the Colorado Limited Liability Company Act. He has also served on the Business Law and Professional Responsibility Subcommittee of the AICPA Board of Examiners. He has been a visiting professor in Japan at Nanzan University (1991 and 1995) and Kanto Gakuin University (1995). He is co-author (with M. Vogel) of the individual taxation portion of Kleinrock's Tax Library (1998), the chapter on LLCs in Legal Opinion Letter Formbook (1994, 1995), and Individual Taxation (1992). His other publications include "U.S. Adopts New Form of Business Limited Liability Companies," Jurisconsultus (1994); "Installment Reporting After the Tax Reform Act of 1986," Journal of Taxation (1987); "The Silver Lining in the Wraparound Mortgage Rule—Free Basis on Foreclosure Under Section 1038," Taxes—The Tax Magazine (1986) (with R. Keatinge); and "Dispositions of Installment Obligations," Tax Law Review (1985).