Professor of Law
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.
Live the life you've imagined."
~Henry David Thoreau
Professor Nacev is the tax specialist on the Chase faculty. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from The Johns Hopkins University, a JD from the John Marshall Law School, and a Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law.
Nacev has published articles, essays and treatise chapters relating to tax issues. He is a member of the Illinois and American Bar Associations. In addition, Nacev is a member of the American Tax Policy Institute and the National Tax Association.
His academic interests include issues in tax policy and law and society.
- BA Humanistic Studies, Johns Hopkins University
- JD, The John Marshall Law School
- LLM Taxation, New York University School of Law
- Advanced Income Tax Concepts
- IRS Chief Counsel Externship
- Tax-Basic Tax Concepts
- Tax-Business Organizations and Planning
- Tax Litigation
- Tax Policy Seminar
- Tax Moot Court Competition
Annual Report, Important Developments - Low Income Taxpayers, Tax Law. Online Ed. (2006)
Funding Trusts and Estates - Property Distributions, 43d Sw. Ohio Tax Inst. Ch. F (2002)
The Income Distribution Deduction of Trusts and Estates, 42 Okla. L. Rev. 1 (1989)
The Elitism in Tax Policymaking, 16 N. KY. L. Rev. 311 (1989)
President Reagan as a Tax Reformer, 18 Tul. L. Rev. 649 (1983)