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Charles A. Borek

Attorney At Law

Teaching for the bar exam since 2004.

“The joy of teaching for Shemer Bar Review comes from the fact that the program is student focused. Rather than giving take-it-or-leave-it, canned presentations, the Shemer faculty is dedicated to meeting the needs of the students in a flexible and responsive manner.”

Professor Borek has made live presentations to professional groups in over 40 states and has conducted several national broadcasts for the American Law Institute. 

Education

J.D., Summa Cum Laude, University of Baltimore School of Law (1993)
M.B.A., University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business (1993)
Certified Public Accountant, State of Maryland (1989)
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Mary Washington College (1985)

Teaching Experience

Adjunct Professor of Law, Legal Accounting, American University Washington College of Law (2013)
Adjunct Professor, Business Organizations, Business Planning, Legal Accounting and Tax Clinic courses, University of Baltimore School of Law (1994-2002)
Visiting Assistant Professor, Business Organizations, Tax Clinic, University of Baltimore School of Law (2002 – 2004)
Associate Professor of Business Law, Prince George's Community College (1999 – 2002)
Teacher for Shemer Bar Review since 2004.

Professional Experience

CEO and Chief Counsel, The Borek Group, LLC
Of Counsel, Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny, LLC

Awards

AICPA Discussion Leader of the Year (2011)
University of Baltimore Law Faculty Award (1993)

Publications

Borek’s Maryland Business Planning Manual (MICPEL 2008)
Contract Drafting and Review for the Maryland Lawyer (MICPEL 2003)
Social Science Explanations for Disparate Outcomes in Tax Court Abuse of Discretion Cases: A Tax Justice Perspective, 33 Cap. U. L. Rev. 623 (2005)
Decoupling Tax Exemption for Charitable Organizations, 31 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 183 (2004)
Corporate Taxation's Square Peg: An Analysis Of Possible Solutions To The Problem Of Characterizing “Tracking Stock” For Tax Purposes , 43 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1107 (1994)
The Public Policy Doctrine And Tax Logic: The Need For Consistency In Denying Deductions Arising From Illegal Activities, 22 U. Balt. L. Rev. 45 (1993)