Phillip Mixon, CPA/JD | Associate Attorney
Phillip Mixon is a tax attorney who previously worked at KPMG in the M&A tax department, specializing in partnership transactions and renewable energy tax credits. Now, Phillip’s primary practice focuses on tax controversy matters while also engaging in business transactions involving tax issues.
Phillip obtained his Juris Doctorate from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he was president of the Tax Law Society, which processed hundreds of non-resident student tax returns for no charge. Phillip was also a research tax assistant for Professor Elizabeth Carter and performed research in areas of law such as successions and estate planning. Phillip passed the Texas BAR on the first attempt and researched the TCJA 199A deduction extensively to become an American Bar Association Tax Specialty Group Member.
Before law school, Phillip obtained his bachelor’s in accounting from the University of Lafayette, Louisiana, and passed all four sections of the Certified Public Accounting exam on the first attempt.
He enjoys visiting family in Louisiana, golf, and watching the Tigers beat the Aggies! (Which never happens, but every man needs hope).