Education
  • LL.M. (Taxation)
    Georgetown University Law Center
    with distinction
    2012
  • J.D.
    DePaul University College of Law
    magna cum laude
    2011
  • B.A.
    University of Michigan
    2007

Nicholas Metcalf is a Senior Associate in the Tax Department, focusing on tax litigation and other tax controversy matters. Mr. Metcalf has represented corporate taxpayers before the Tax Court, the Court of Federal Claims, and the District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Metcalf’s practice also involves representing taxpayers in Internal Revenue Service examinations and administrative appeals. These representations have involved issues including intangible-asset valuation, tax treaties, the Administrative Procedure Act, and transfer pricing.

Prior to joining Miller & Chevalier, Mr. Metcalf served as a law clerk to the Honorable Maurice B. Foley at the United States Tax Court. At DePaul University College of Law, Mr. Metcalf served as an Editor of Articles, Notes, and Comments for the DePaul Law Review.

  • Member, Section on Taxation, Federal Bar Association
  • Vice-Chair, New Tax Practitioners Committee, Taxation Section, District of Columbia Bar
Bar Admissions
  • District of Columbia
  • Illinois
Court Admissions
  • United States Tax Court
  • Clerk, The Honorable Maurice B. Foley, United States Tax Court
11.08.2018
Speaking Engagement

Maria O'Toole Jones, Mary Lou Soller, Jim Gadwood, and Nicholas Metcalf will speak at the 2018 Insurance Tax Conference, taking place November 8-9, 2018, in Rosemont, IL. 

Rosemont, IL

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