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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Taylor Wins Teaching Award at St. Thomas

Taylor Scott Taylor has been named Professor of the Year at the University of Saint Thomas.  From the press release:

The 3L class also selects its Professor of the Year, who hoods each graduate as they walk on the stage. For the second time Professor Scott Taylor has been chosen. Professor Taylor’s scholarship is wide ranging and includes articles on the taxation of captive insurance, integration of the corporate income tax, taxation in Indian Country, taxation of Indian gaming, innovations in legal education, harmonization of consumption taxes, and law and technology. Taylor has developed a national reputation as an authority on taxation in Indian Country. At the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Taylor teaches Taxation and Native America Law among other courses.

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It's funny that they reward someone for their ability to teach, and then comment on his scholarship.

The two have rarely seemed related to me.

Posted by: Kyle | May 6, 2009 1:22:06 PM