Since 1964, the American Academy of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants has fought to ensure dually-licensed Attorney-CPAs are able to practice any of their qualified professions and promote their unique skillset.
Beginning with the simple mission of protecting dual-practice rights, AAA-CPA has evolved to offer a wide range of exclusive resources that not only benefit members, but also their clients.
ACCOUNTING AND LAW: CONCURRENT PRACTICE
IS IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
By: Philip O. Brent
A Reprint from The Journal of Accountancy, March 1967
A dual practitioner, the past president of the American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants, Inc., presents the case for the practitioner who is engaged in the dual practice of law and accounting.