January 10, 2011
Tax Prof in ParadiseI am thrilled to be spending the spring semester at Pepperdine University School of Law as the D & L Straus Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law. I got a taste of this special law school last March, teaching a one-week short course during my spring break from Cincinnati, and I am looking forward to getting to know the school, its faculty, and its students even better this semester. Pepperdine has a wonderfully 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 seven 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 December. With both of our children now off to college, my wife and I feel blessed to be able to spend part of our first empty nest year in beautiful Malibu, California among our new neighbors.
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Posted by: Donna | Jan 10, 2011 8:53:30 AM
Sounds like someone is contemplating a permanent move . . .
Posted by: Michael A. Livingston | Jan 10, 2011 10:31:22 AM
Wow. I am very jealous. Malibu, CA is paradise in the Spring time.
Posted by: dtc | Jan 10, 2011 11:14:45 AM
If you like sea food, you can't beat the freshness and location of Malibu Seafood, right on PCH. Mmm, I may have to swing by for lunch this week.
Posted by: guy in the veal calf office | Jan 10, 2011 1:52:02 PM
If you want to impress your wife, take her to Moonshadows, right on the PCH. Lovely little place, very romantic.
Just remember, dinner's nondeductible. :)
Posted by: TaxHacker | Jan 11, 2011 12:59:04 AM
Actually, Professor Caron's exquisite dinner likely will be partially deductible as a business/travel expense under Section 162(a)(2).
Nothing tastes quite as good as a tax deduction (but hold the sauce).
Posted by: andy | Jan 11, 2011 4:48:12 PM