Thursday, November 24, 2011
- Paul Caron (Cincinnati): "I am thankful for my wonderful wife and children (and dog), terrific faculty colleagues and students at UC, Pepperdine, and USD, and special church communities in Cincinnati, Malibu, and San Diego."
- Bridget Crawford (Pace): "Step-up in basis and Steve Leimberg's Email Newsletter."
- Cliff Fleming (BYU): "I'm thankful that my wife of 47 years is making a remarkable recovery from an aggressive cancer and has a highly optimistic prognosis. Such things cause your attention to switch from global concerns to matters close to home."
- Stephanie Hoffer (Ohio State): "I am thankful for the birth of my son, George. He is my sunshine."
- Mona Hymel (Arizona): "I am thankful for a healthy family and a life filled with wonderful friends and colleagues."
- Sagit Leviner (SUNY-Buffalo): "I am thankful for the life I lead, the people who touch my heart, those who inspire me to be a better person and the ones who illustrate what to steer away from. I am thankful for the mistakes I am making and my many flaws."
- Jim Maule (Villanova): [see here]
- Claudine Pease-Wingenter (Phoenix): "I am thankful for a job where I get to work with idealistic students who are passionate about using the law to improve people's lives. I am also thankful for a job where I essentially get paid to explore policy issues important to me. I am deeply grateful for recently celebrating my 15th wedding anniversary with the most wonderful husband around."
- John Plecnik (Cleveland State): "I am thankful for my old tax profs, including Richard Schmalbeck, Walter Nunnallee, Mitchell Gans, Brookes Billman, and Leo Schmolka. I am thankful for my new colleagues at Cleveland State, including Debby Geier and Craig Boise. And I am thankful for my BMW F 650 GS."
- Randle Pollard (Widener): "I am thankful for all those in the academia who have helped me with my career as a tax law professor. I am also thankful for teaching in an area as complex, controversial and policy driven as tax."