Friday, April 15, 2011
Each year the Business and Transactional Law Center at Washburn University School of Law hosts a tax law colloquium. The colloquium provides the opportunity for tax scholars from around the country to meet and discuss scholarly projects on which they are working. In an informal setting the participants share ideas, provide feedback regarding scholarly works-in-progress, and enjoy the company of other tax scholars.
- Raquel Alexander (Kansas) (with Janie Whiteaker Poe) (Ph.D. candidate, University of Kansas)), Tax Shelters, Tax Havens and Permanently Reinvested Earnings
- Johnny Buckles (Houston), The Federalization of the Duty of Loyalty
- William E. Foster (Washburn), Making Plaintiffs Whole: A Tax Problem of Interest
- Michael Hatfield (Texas Tech), Legal Ethics and Taxes, 1945-1965: Patriotism, Duties, and Advice
- Tamara Larre (Univ. of Saskatchewan), Extending Dependent Tax Credits to Migrant Workers
- Leandra Lederman (Indiana-Bloomington), Hold the Mayo: What Respect Should Courts Accord Tax Regulations and Rulings Issued During Litigation?
- Lori A. McMillan (Washburn), Public Benefit Theory and Canadian Nonprofit Taxation