Alee Soleimanpour helps clients navigate complicated tax issues on the federal, state, and local level. Alee finds that the most complicated legal problems are often best resolved with a combination of understanding his client’s unique needs and his strategic tax planning experience.
Prior to joining the firm, Alee served as a law clerk on the United States Tax Court in Washington, DC, for the Honorable Carolyn P. Chiechi and Joseph W. Nega. While in law school, Alee worked as a law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Washington, where he prosecuted federal governmental regulatory offenses in the magistrate court as well as drafted pleadings and memorandum for assistant U.S. attorneys related to civil and criminal matters, including bank fraud and other white collar cases.
Supervised by Shareholders in the Portland office.
Memberships & Awards
- Computer-Assisted Learning Instruction Award (CALI) for Excellence, Appellate Legal Research & Writing III (2013)
- Computer-Assisted Learning Instruction (CALI) Award for Excellence, Transactional Skills Lab (2012)
Resources & Ideas
- The Transactional Lawyer: A Publication of the Commercial Law Center of Gonzaga UniversityApril 2015
- Gonzaga Journal of International Law, Member (2013-2015)
- Gonzaga Law Review, Member (2013-2015)
- New York University School of LawMaster of Laws, Taxation (2016)
- Gonzaga University School of LawJuris Doctor degree, magna cum laude (2015)
- Washington State UniversityBachelor of Arts degree, Finance; minor in Economics, cum laude (2012)
United States Tax Court
Washington State Court