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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Tax Prof Moves, 2006-07

Entry Level Hires

  • Jeffrey Cooper (Quinnipiac)
  • Bobby Dexter (Chapman)
  • Dwight Drake (University of Washington) (currently Visiting Assistant Professor at UW)
  • Diane Fahey (New York Law School) (currently Visiting Assistant Professor at Vermont)
  • Heather Field (Hastings)
  • Brian Galle (Florida State)
  • Terri Helge (Texas Wesleyan)
  • Ruth Mason (Connecticut) (currently Deputy Director, International Tax Program, NYU)
  • Joy Mullane (Villanova) (currently Visiting Assistant Professor at Florida)
  • Dennis Ventry (American) (currently Visiting Assistant Professor at UCLA)

Promotions and Tenures

  • Stephen Black (Franklin Pierce) to Professor of Law with Tenure
  • Johnny Rex Buckles (Houston) to Associate Profesor of Law with Tenure
  • Danshera Cords (Capital) to Associate Professor of Law with Tenure
  • Francine J. Lipman (Chapman) to Professor of Law with Tenure
  • Roberta Mann (Widener) to Professor of Law with Tenure
  • Ann Murphy (Gonzaga) to Associate Professor of Law with Tenure
  • Donald Tobin (Ohio State) to Associate Professor of Law with Tenure

Lateral Moves

  • Linda Beale (Illinois) to Wayne State
  • Yariv Brauner (Arizona State) to Florida
  • David A. Brennen (Mercer) to Georgia
  • Victor Fleischer (UCLA) to Colorado
  • Jeff Kahn (Santa Clara) to Penn State
  • Marjorie Kornhuaser (Tulane) to Arizona State
  • Nancy Staudt (Washington University) to Northwestern

Visits

  • Howard Abrams (Emory) to Boalt Hall (2006-07)
  • Monica Armstrong to Mercer as Visiting Assistant Professor (2006-07)
  • Joshua Blank to NYU as Visiting Assistant Professor (2006-08)
  • Cheryl Block (George Washington) to Washington University (2006-07)
  • Jack Bogdanski (Lewis & Clark) to Santa Clara (Fall 2006)
  • Craig Boise (Case Western) to Washington & Lee (Fall 2006)
  • Neil Buchanan (Rutgers-Newark) to NYU (2006-07)
  • Paul Caron (Cincinnati) to San Diego (Summer 2006)
  • Bridget Crawford (Pace) to Penn (Fall 2006)
  • Megan Healey to NYU as Visiting Assistant Professor (2005-07)
  • Stephanie Hoffer to Northwestern as Visiting Assistant Professor (2006-08)
  • Anthony Infanti (Pittsburgh) to Indiana (Fall 2006)
  • Tracey Kaye (Seton Hall) to Illinois (Spring 2007)
  • Georg Kofler to NYU as Visiting Assistant Professor (2006-08)
  • Marjorie Kornhuaser (Arizona State) to Boston College (Fall 2006)
  • Walter Nunnallee (North Carolina Central) to Florida (Summer 2006)
  • Robert Peroni (Texas) to Northwestern (Fall 2006)
  • Gregg Polsky (Minnesota) to Florida (2006-07)
  • Suellen Wolfe to Seton Hall as Visiting Professor (2006-07)

For prior years' Tax Prof Moves, see:

http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2006/04/top_prof_moves_.html

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Comments

Tax Exempt status is such a tradition
that most forget to question the
basis upon which it is granted,
and fail to view tax exempt status
within the purview of the Constitution.

The exclusion or condemnation of
homosexuals or the subordination of women,
both critical fundamentals of religion,
are both inconsistent with Constitutional
mandates, which thereby amounts
to nontax status as a reward for
perpetuating those views and standards.

Tax exempt status, as such,
rewards organizations for that
discrimination, and inconsistentcy
with the Constitution.

This is an issue that badly needs
reveiw under present schemes for
granting tax exempt status, or
acknowledging that already granted.

Posted by: Pat R. | Jun 24, 2006 10:34:18 AM