Kayle Scott Green is an adjunct professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL) specializing in teaching Civil Tax Procedures and Taxation of Business entities. Professor Green has worked for the federal government for over 28 years, and most of those years were spent with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). He is currently a Revenue Agent for the IRS but has held other positions at the IRS including:
1. Tax Policy Analyst.
2. Appeals Officer (AO).
3. Customer Service Representative (CSR).
4. Tax Resolution Representative (TRR).
5. Tax Examiner.
6. Mail Clerk.
Professor Green has received several certificates of training from the IRS including teaching tax law, training the trainer, and management courses.
He has worked for the following Business Operations Divisions (BOD’s):
1. Small Business/Self-Employed (SBSE).
2. Wage & Investment (W&I).
4. Tax Exempt/Government Entities (TE/GE).
Professor Green has also worked as a computer operator at Hill Air Force Base for about 5 years and was in the Army Reserve and Utah National Guard for about 7 years. He operated his own accounting business, Green Accounting Incorporated, for about 8 years.
Professor Green earned his Bachelors of Art (BA) from Weber State University in 1986, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Phoenix in 1992, a Jurisprudence Doctorate (JD) from Taft Law School in 2014, and a Master of Law (LLM) in International Taxation and Financial Services, with an emphasis in US Taxation, from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2016.
Courses include: Civil Tax Procedure, Taxation of Business Entities.