Professional and Civic Activities

  • Oregon State Bar, Member Executive Committee Member Taxation Section
  • American Bar Association, Section of Taxation

Admitted to Practice

  • Oregon State Bar, 2013;
  • United States Tax Court, 2014;
  • Oregon Federal District Court, 2015


  • University of Texas School of Law, JD, 2012;
  • New York University School of Law, LL.M Taxation, 2013.
  • Adams State University, Alamosa, CO, BA History, 2008;

Publications and Presentations

  • “Oregon Employment Department,” Mid-Valley Tax Forum. June, 2017.
  • “Taxpayer Rights in Oregon,” Oregon Society of Enrolled Agents. May, 2017.
  • “Taxpayer Rights in Oregon,” Eugene-Springfield Tax Association. October 2016.
  • “Taxpayer Rights in Oregon,” Mid-Valley Tax Forum. May 2016.
  • “State & Federal Tax Collections,” Oregon Assoc. of Tax Consultants. February 2016.
  • “Discharging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy,” Lane County Bar Association. October 2015.
  • Co-Author, “The Oregon Taxpayer Bill of Rights: A Comparative Analysis,” Oregon State Bar Taxation Section Newsletter, Spring 2016.

Dominic Paris

Dominic Paris’s practice encompasses a wide variety of tax related legal matters. Dominic specializes in working with individuals and business owners to minimize their exposure to state, federal, and foreign taxes. Dominic received a Masters of Law degree (LLM) from New York University, and is skilled at helping clients understand the complexities of the Internal Revenue Code when it comes to choosing an entity, structuring business transactions, and managing personal wealth.

Dominic also assists clients with tax collection and audit issues, and has successfully represented clients in both the U.S. and Oregon Tax Courts. He is especially passionate about assisting taxpayers who have audit and collection issues with the Oregon Department of Revenue. Dominic has given numerous presentations on taxpayer rights issues, and has been involved in legislative efforts to update and expand the Oregon Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

Dominic earned a bachelor’s degree in American History from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. During law school at the University of Texas, Dominic was a member of the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights.

Dominic is a Michigan native who moved to Oregon to be spend time with his transplanted family and explore the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. In his free time enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking and camping.

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