B.S., University of California at Berkeley
J.D., Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California, cum laude
LL.M., University of Florida College of Law
Real Property; Federal Income Taxation; Estate Planning; Corporate Taxation
Prior to teaching at John Marshall, Professor Cantley served as a law professor at both St.Thomas University School of Law (Miami, FL) and in the International Tax and Financial Services Program (LL.M.) at Thomas Jefferson School of Law (San Diego, CA). He currently also teaches International Taxation at Northeastern University. In addition to the courses he currently teaches at AJMLS and NEU, he has previously taught several other JD and LL.M. level courses, including: Tax I; Tax II; Partnership Taxation; and Business Entities. Prior to entering academia, Professor Cantley’s private practice included serving as an Associate Attorney with Oliver Maner & Gray LLP in Savannah, GA.
Admitted to Practice
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