Professor Mombrun joined the school of law in the fall of 2008. Previously he taught at the Florida A&M College of Law from the fall of 2004 to the summer of 2008. Prior to teaching, Professor Mombrun spent 14 years in the national office of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) specializing in corporate mergers and acquisitions and served as an Assistant Branch Chief his last two years at the IRS. He is responsible for a number of regulations, revenue rulings, revenue procedures and countless private letter rulings in the corporate tax area. In sum, as Professor Mombrun likes to tell his students, he is responsible for some of the complexities of corporate tax law.
Professor Mombrun received a business degree from Boston University, a J.D.,cum laude, from NCCU School of Law and a Master of Laws (LL.M) from the University of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Bar and the American Bar Association (ABA). Prof. Mombrun has taught: Contracts, Fundamentals of Income Taxation, Corporate Taxation, Advanced Taxation, Sales, Secured Transactions and Selected Issues in Family Law.
Professor Mombrun is the lead author of two books on corporate taxation, has written countless articles on technical and policy aspects of the federal income tax and has introduced a tax certificate and a low income taxpayer clinic at the law school. He is also active in the Durham community and has served on Boards of various Durham based non-profit organizations.