Daniel Schneider is a professor of law (emeritus) at Northern Illinois University College of Law and has visited at other law schools including Washington University, Iowa, Wisconsin, Florida State and New York Law School. He has taught a variety of courses in federal income tax, business tax, and bankruptcy.
Before entering teaching, Mr. Schneider practiced with LeBoeuf, Lamb, in New York City, and Murphey, Young and Smith in Columbus, Ohio, and was a research assistant to Professor Boris Bittker. Mr. Schneider has been a member of the Ohio, New York and Illinois bars. He published a book, Taxation of Dividends and Corporate Distributions, with Warren Gorham and Lamont and co-authored another book, Federal Tax Aspects of Corporate Reorganizations, with Shepard's. He has also published numerous articles on topics including corporate tax and empirical research about federal tax decisions. Mr. Schneider also contributed to volume two and three of Professor Lawrence Lokken's revision of Professor Bittker's Federal Taxation Income, Estates and Gifts.
Mr. Schneider graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1970, the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1973, and received an LL.M. in taxation from New York University's School of Law in 1976. He is a member of the American Law Institute.