Dominic L. Daher is the Director of Internal Audit and Tax Compliance for the University of San Francisco. Mr. Daher also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law in the University of San Francisco’s School of Law where he teaches Federal Income Taxation, Nonprofit Taxation, Tax Policy, Accounting for Lawyers, and Law Practice Management: A Pathway to Success. In May 2005, Mr. Daher garnered the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award.
Mr. Daher is a member of the NACUBO Tax Council, and he regularly presents at the annual NACUBO Tax Forum. Mr. Daher serves on the editorial advisory boards for the some of the leading tax and accounting publications in the country, including: THE M&A TAX REPORT (CCH), TAXATION OF EXEMPTS (WG&L), THE EXEMPT ORGANIZATION TAX REVIEW (TAX ANALYSTS), THE TAX ADVISOR (AICPA), CORPORATE BUSINESS TAXATION MONTHLY (CCH), INTERNAL AUDITOR (THE IIA), INTERNAL AUDITING (WG&L); and A GUIDE TO FEDERAL TAX ISSUES FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (NACUBO). Additionally, Mr. Daher serves as a member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board's (FASB) Not-for-Profit Resource Group.
Mr. Daher is the author of over 40 published articles which deal with various aspects of federal tax law and accounting issues, including one which has been cited in a report to the United States Congress by the National Taxpayer Advocate and quoted in Forbes. Among his many other accolades, Mr. Daher is the co-author of a leading treatise on federal tax law, The Hornbook on the Law of Federal Income Taxation (Thomson West 2008), which has been cited in numerous decisions by various Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals and in a variety of law review articles. Mr. Daher’s other books include: Accounting for Not-For-Profit Organizations (BNA 2006), Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions of Not-For-Profit Organizations (BNA 2009, revised 2012), Interest Expense Deductions (BNA 2007, revised 2012), Accounting for Business Combinations (WG&L 2008-2013); A Practical Guide to Corporate Taxation (CCH March 2012).
Mr. Daher holds a Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law (where he served as the Graduate Editor of the Environmental Law Review); a Juris Doctor from Washington University School of Law (where he was he was the Judge Myron D. Mills Scholar); and both Master and Bachelor of Accountancy degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia (where he was a merit scholar and graduated with honors).