Joseph P. GiljumJoseph P. Giljum
Assistant Professor of Taxation & Law
Office: 1206 SSB Tower ~ Voice: 314-516-6140

Degrees Held:
Master of Laws (in taxation), New York University, 1965
Doctor of Jurisprudence, Saint Louis University, 1964
Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Saint Louis University, 1961

Interests:

Teaching:

  • Areas: Taxation
  • Courses:
  • ACC 5445 - Tax Practice and Procedure
  • ACC 5446 - Advanced Topics in Taxation
  • BA 3441 - Income Taxes
  • ACC 5442 - Taxation of Estates, Gifts and Trusts

Research:

  • Areas: Taxation
  • Selected Significant Publications:
  • Giljum, J., Ch. 23, "Professional Corporations," Missouri Bar Continuing Legal Education Manual on Corporation Law and Practice, 1988.
  • Giljum, J., Bureau of National Affairs, Tax Management Portfolios:
48-5th, Installment Taxes, 1987;
  • 122-2nd, Casualty Losses, 1973;
  • 274, Thefts, Wagering and Confiscation Losses, 1973;
  • 61-2nd, Tax Free Exchanges Under Section 1031, 1969;
  • 28-2nd, Statute of Limitations; Interest on Overpayments and Underpayments, 1968.
  • Giljum, J., Ch. 8, "The Installment Method of Accounting," Southern Methodist University Symposia on Federal Taxation, 1979.
Other Information:
  • Certified Public Accountant Certificate, Missouri, 1962
  • Member: American Institute of CPAs, Missouri Society of CPAs