Paul L. Caron

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Bryan Camp Wins Texas Outstanding Law Review Article Award

Camp Protecting Trust Assets from the Federal Tax Lien, 1 Est. Plan. & Community Prop. L.J. 295 (2009), by Bryan Camp (Texas Tech), has been selected as the Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Law Review Article for 2009. The award is presented annually to designate the most important and best-written legal article published in Texas.  From the Texas Tech press release

“This is a tremendous achievement for the Texas Tech School of Law,” said Walt Huffman, dean of the school. “Winning this prestigious statewide award is difficult; winning the award with a tax law article is truly exceptional. Professor Camp’s brilliant subject-matter, expertise in tax law and his ability to effectively share that expertise through the written word deserves the recognition.”

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