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The Daily

NYC Taxpayer Advocate Diana Leyden to Leave Position

Chris Gaetano
Published Date:
May 6, 2016
leydenThe New York City Department of Finance has confirmed the authenticity of this job listing on LinkedIn, meaning that NYC Taxpayer Advocate Diana Leyden will be leaving her position. A spokesperson with the NYC DOF said that she will be joining the U.S. Tax Court as a trial judge. Leyden was appointed to be the city's first Taxpayer Advocate in July of 2015 to work with people on NYC-specific tax matters. A former law professor at the University of Connecticut, Leyden has written extensively on low-income taxpayer advocacy. The Trusted Professional interviewed her for its November-December issue