“Though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not see or understand."
"When you wake up in the morning, Pooh, said the Piglet at last," what's the first thing you say to yourself? "What's for breakfast?" said Pooh
"What do you say Piglet?"
"I say, I wonder what's going to happen exciting today? said Piglet. Pooh nodded thoughtfully. It's the same thing," said Pooh
BS, University of California, Davis
JD, University of San Diego Law School
LLM, University of Florida School of Law
of expertise: Tax, Wills and Trusts.
Professor Yamamoto specializes in tax law teaching federal income tax, corporate tax, and federal estate and gift tax at Houston College of Law. He joined the faculty in 1996 after teaching at the University of Florida School of Law. He worked as an associate with a San Diego law firm and clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Irving Hill in Los Angeles after graduating from law school. He is the author of a practitioner’s reference book on tax called Federal Transfer Taxes Code and Regulations, and of many articles on legal education, estate taxes, and taxpayer relief measures. He is a graduate of the University of California, earned his law degree at the University of San Diego, and his LLM in tax at the University of Florida.
Federal Transfer Taxation Code and Regulations with Selected Income Tax Provisions (Kevin Yamamoto ed., Foundation Press 2011)
Federal Transfer Taxation Code and Regulations with Selected Income Tax Provisions (Kevin Yamamoto ed., Foundation Press 2010)
Kevin Yamamoto & Sam Donaldson, Federal Transfer Taxation, West Publishers Black Letter Series, 2nd ed. (2011)
David M. Hudson, Stephen A. Lind & Kevin M. Yamamoto, Black Letter on Federal Income Taxation, West Publishers Black Letter Series, 11th ed. (2011)
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)