Professor Haneman brings significant practice experience and substantial law school teaching experience to Concordia University School of Law. After serving as General Counsel at two San Diego-based financial services companies, Professor Haneman left corporate transactional practice to join the legal academy in 2005.
Professor Haneman taught at California Western School of Law in San Diego (2005-2007 Teaching Fellow, 2004 Adjunct Professor, 2000 Visiting Professor) and University of La Verne College of Law (2012-2014 Professor of Law with tenure, 2009-2012 Associate Professor, 2007-2009 Assistant Professor). She has been voted the Student Bar Association Professor of the Year at both La Verne (2007-2008) and California Western (2006-2007). In May 2010, the La Verne Academy awarded Professor Haneman the Young Scholars Award. During the 2012-2013 academic year, and again in Fall 2013, Professor Haneman was a Visiting Professor of Law at the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Professor Haneman’s scholarly work has appeared in a number of publications, including Nevada Law Journal, Missouri Law Review, and Cleveland State Law Review. Her article, “The Collision of Student Loan Debt and Joint Marital Taxation,” was the subject of a Forbes online article and is forthcoming in Virginia Tax Review. Professor Haneman has co-authored a book with Daniel M. Berman, formerly the Director of the Graduate Tax Program at Boston University School of Law. Available through Carolina Academic Press, “Making Tax Law” examines the way in which considerations of tax policy, tax politics and tax administration intersect and contribute to the development of law through the legislative process, the promulgation of regulations and other administrative guidance, and the negotiation and ratification of tax treaties.
Professor Haneman earned an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University. She graduated magna cum laude from California Western School of Law with a number of honors, scholarships, and awards (including five American Jurisprudence awards, the Miller, Monson & Peshel Scholarship in Taxation, the Dean’s Scholarship for Academic Achievement, the West Publishing Award for Academic Achievement, and California Western’s Law Review/International Law Journal).
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Incorporation of Outcome-Based Learning Approaches into the Design of (Incentive) Trusts, forthcoming S. D. L. REV. XXX (2016).
The Collision of Student Loan Debt and Joint Marital Taxation, 35 VA. TAX. REV. 223 (2015).
MAKING TAX LAW (with D. Berman; Carolina Academic Press; 2014).
A Timely Proposal to Eliminate the Student Loan Interest Deduction, 14 NEV. L.J. 156 (2013).
The Inappropriate Imposition of Court-Ordered Mediation in Will Contests, 59 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 513 (2011).
Changing the Estate Planning Malpractice Landscape: Applying the Constructive Trust to Cure Testamentary Mistake, 80 UMKC L. REV. 91(2011).
120 Hours Until the Consistent Treatment of Simultaneous Death Under the California Probate Code, 34 NOVA L. REV. 449 (with J. Booth; 2010).
The Ethical Exploitation of the Unrepresented Consumer, 73 MO. L. REV. 707 (2008).