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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Staudt Moves from Wash. U. to Northwestern

Nstaudt_1Nancy C. Staudt has accepted an offer to join the faculty at Northwestern.  She has been at Washington University (St. Louis) since 2000, after beginning her teaching career at SUNY-Buffalo in 1993.  Nancy is one of the foremost empirical tax scholars in the country; her recent work includes:

        • Redundant Tax and Spending, Northwestern L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2006)
        • Judging Tax Statutes: Interpretive Regimes, Loyola L. Rev. (forthcoming 2006)
        • Agenda Setting in Supreme Court Tax Cases: Lessons from the Blackmun Papers, 52 Buffalo L. Rev. 889 (2005)
        • Modeling Taxpayer Standing, 79 NYU L. Rev. (2004)
        • Taxpayers in Court: A Systematic Study of a Misunderstood Standing Doctrine, 51 Emory L.J. 771 (2003)

(Hat Tip:  Our sister Leiter's Law School Reports.)

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