March 22, 2010
Tax Stories in Paradise
I am thrilled to be spending Cincinnati's spring break in Mailbu, California, teaching a one-week course based on our Tax Stories book, Selected Advanced Topics in Federal Income Taxation, at Pepperdine University School of Law. I have long been a fan of Pepperdine, its faculty, and its distinctive mission in American legal education, particularly the integration of the Christian faith in all aspects of life at the school. I have fallen in love with Southern California during my six summers teaching at the University of San Diego School of Law, and I am looking forward to the warm sunshine after an unusually harsh midwestern winter. I feel especially blessed to have my son (a college freshman) and daughter (a high school senior) join me for the week (while my wife recuperates back home). I want to thank Dean Ken Starr and the faculty (and the 12 students who signed up for an intensive one-week immersion in tax law) for this wonderful opportunity, and for the use of a spectacular house on Broad Beach:
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What a wonderful opportunity, joy of life, and family.
Posted by: Woody | Mar 22, 2010 9:38:17 AM
I like Pepperdine, but I went to a restaurant in Malibu once, and by my admittedly unscientific count, the first six women to walk in all had unnatural hair colors. You may find the atmosphere considerably more intellectual--not to say pro-family--on campus than off.
Posted by: Michael A. Livingston | Mar 23, 2010 10:44:30 AM