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Monday, July 12, 2010

Tax Professors Remember Marty Ginsburg

Tax Analysts Tax Notes has reprinted our tribute to Marty Ginsburg, Tax Professors Remember Martin D. Ginsburg, 128 Tax Notes 215 (July 12, 2010):

Ginsburg Martin D. Ginsburg, legendary tax professor (Georgetown) and tax lawyer (Fried Frank), and husband of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died on June 27, 2010 at 78 years of age. Marty's life and work (and unrivalled sense of humor) influenced generations of tax professors, many of whom offered their remembrances on TaxProf Blog.

  • Alice Abreu (Temple)
  • Ellen Aprill (Loyola-L.A.)
  • Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan)
  • Jordan Barry (San Diego)
  • Linda Beale (Wayne State)
  • Daniel Berman (Boston University)
  • Jack Bogdanski (Lewis & Clark)
  • Evelyn Brody (Chicago-Kent)
  • Paul Caron (Cincinnati)
  • Mark Cochran (St. Mary's)
  • Sheldon Cohen (Washington, D.C. tax lawyer and former IRS Commissioner)
  • Cliff Fleming (BYU)
  • Jonathan Forman (Oklahoma)
  • Albert Golbert (Los Angeles tax lawyer and former adjunct professor)
  • James Halpern (Judge, U.S. Tax Court)
  • Christopher Hanna (SMU)
  • Calvin Johnson (Texas)
  • Michael Knoll (Pennsylvania)
  • Jeffrey Kwall (Loyola-Chicago)
  • Louis Lobenhofer (Ohio Northern)
  • Roberta Mann (Oregon)
  • Elliott Manning (Miami
  • James Maule (Villanova)
  • Joel Newman (Wake Forest)
  • Robert Peroni (Texas)
  • Randle Pollard (Widener)
  • Toni Robinson (Quinnipiac)
  • Adam Rosenzweig (Washington University)
  • Deborah Schenk (NYU)
  • David Shakow (Pennsylvania)
  • Daniel Shaviro (NYU)

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