John T. Gaubatz
Professor of Law
J.D. 1967, University of Chicago Law School
John T. Gaubatz, professor of law, graduated in 1964 from Colorado State University with a B.S. in physics and in 1967 from the University of Chicago Law School.
After short stints in private practice and the United States Army, he joined the Case Western Reserve University Law School faculty in 1971 and served as the associate dean from 1973 to 1976.
Professor Gaubatz joined the Miami faculty in 1977 after a one-year visitorship.
He also has directed both the graduate program on estate planning and the Philip E. Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning. His substantive teaching areas included trusts and estates, federal estate and gift taxation, estate planning, and employee benefits law.
Before focusing his attention on casebooks, he wrote numerous articles on estates, trusts, taxation, taxation policy, and moot court.
Federal Taxation of Estates, Trusts & Gifts: Cases, Problems & Materials (3rd ed. 2002) (with Bloom & Boyle).
Florida Estates, Trusts and Taxes: Cases and Materials and Problems 811 (2003).
Federal Taxation of Estates, Trusts & Gifts: Cases, Problems & Materials Third Edition (Lexis-Nexis, 2002) (with Bloom & Boyle)
Employee Benefits Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, approx. 850+ pages (1992, revised 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002)
Florida Trusts and Estates, 798 pages (1995, rev. 2002)
Employee Benefits Law: Cases, Materials & Problems (2000) =,030.
Florida Estates, Trusts and Taxes; Cases and Materials and Problems (2000) 811 p.
Federal Taxation of Estates, Trusts and Gifts, with others, 2nd ed. (1998) 690 p.
Florida Estates and Trusts: Cases, Problems and Materials (1997).
Employee Benefits Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (1996).
Fundamentals of Trusts and Estates (Matthew Bender, 1996) (with Anderson, Bloom & Solomon)
Fundamentals of Trusts and Estates (with Roger W. Anderson, et.al.) (1996).
Introduction To Estate Planning and Probate (1996).
1995 Supplement, Federal Taxation of Estates, Trusts and Gifts (Matthew Bender, 1995) (co-author)