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Monday, June 7, 2004

Tax Profs AWOL at Law & Society Annual Meeting

Monday, June 7, 2004

Neil Buchanan (Rutgers-Newark) reports that at last weekend's Law & Society Association Annual Meeting in Chicago, there were nearly 300 scholarly panels spread out over four days, but not a single tax panel. He challenges Tax Profs to get on the stick and organize one or more tax panels for next year's annual meeting in Las Vegas on June 2-5, 2005:

It is, of course, always possible for anyone to submit a panel idea--or an individual paper proposal--to the association office directly. But since I'm complaining publicly about this issue, I guess I'm also volunteering to do some organizing. Therefore, if anyone is thinking that far ahead and wants to present some tax work at next year's meetings, please let me know.
A TaxProf Blog tip of the hat to Professor Buchanan for his efforts!

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