Nathan Wadlinger

Nathan Wadlinger

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty


Nate Wadlinger is a Lecturer at the University of Central Florida where he teaches accounting and tax courses in the Bachelors and Masters of Accountancy programs. He also works part-time in the tax services group of Thomas Howell Ferguson P.A. CPAs. Further, he teaches as an adjunct at Boston University School of Law and Florida State University College of Law. He also is the Lead Instructor for the EA Exam at Gleim Exam Prep. He received his Bachelors of Science in Accounting, Masters of Accounting, and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. He also received his LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University. In addition, he has an Enrolled Agent certification, has a Certified Public Accountant license issued by the State of Florida, and is a member of the Florida Bar. Prior to joining to UCF he worked at Ernst and Young LLP and in law practice, and he taught at other institutions.


  • Boston University, LLM in Taxation, 2016
  • University of Florida, JD, 2012
  • University of Florida, MS in Accounting, 2008
  • University of Florida, BS in Accounting, 2008

Prior Experience

  • Adjunct Professor Law, Boston University
  • Lecturer of Accounting, University of Central Florida
  • Lecturer of Accounting, Florida State University
  • Instructor of Taxation, University of South Florida
  • Tax Staff, Ernst and Young LLP

Law Review and Journal Articles

  • “Senior Healthcare Fraud under Investigation,” Vol. No. ahead-of-print Journal of Financial Crime (2021). (Co-Authored with Nicole F. Stowell, Carl Pacini & Martina K. Schmidt) Article
  • “Investigating Healthcare Fraud: Its Scope, Applicable Laws, and Regulations,” 11 William & Mary Business Law Review 479 (2020). (Co-Authored with Nicole F. Stowell, Carl Pacini, Jacqueline M. Crain, & Martina K. Schmidt)
  • “How Shell Entities and Lack of Ownership Transparency Facilitate Tax Evasion and Modern Policy Responses to These Problems,” 102 Marquette Law Review 111-166 (2018). (Co-Authored with Carl Pacini)
  • “Healthcare Fraud under the Microscope: Improving its Prevention,” 25 Journal of Financial Crime 1039-1061 (2018). (Co-Authored with Martina K. Schmidt & Nicole F. Stowell)
  • “ Domestic Asset Tracing and Recovery of Hidden Assets and the Spoils of Financial Crime,” 49 St. Mary’s Law Journal 609-664 (2018). (Co-Authored with Carl Pacini, Nicole Stowell, William Hopwood, & Debra Sinclair)