Paul L. Caron

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Omri Marian Leaves Florida For UC-Irvine

Marian (2015)Omri Marian, a rising tax scholar at Florida, has accepted a lateral offer from UC-Irvine. Omri spent three years as a tax associate at Sullivan & Cromwell and joined the Florida tax faculty in 2012. His recent tax scholarship includes (in addition to reviews and op-eds):

Omri joins Sarah Lawsky in giving UC-Irvine a powerhouse tax faculty and strengthening my not entirely disinterested view that Southern California boasts the strongest collection of tax scholars of any region in the country, which includes, among others:  UCLA (Steve Bank, Jason Oh, Kirk Stark, Eric Zolt), USC (Tom Griffith, Ed Kleinbard, Ed McCaffery), San Diego (Howard Abrams, Jordan Barry, Victor Fleischer, Miranda Perry Fleischer, Bert Lazerow), and Loyola-L.A. (Ellen Aprill, Ted Seto, Katie Pratt), not to mention (ahem) the tax faculty at Pepperdine.

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Congrats to Irvine and Omri!

Posted by: Ruth Mason | Apr 18, 2015 7:54:20 AM

Kochav Nolad (A Star is Born).

Posted by: mike livingston | Apr 17, 2015 4:16:06 AM

Great news for Irvine faculty and students. What a great addition to their community!

Posted by: Jennifer Bird-Pollan | Apr 16, 2015 8:30:05 PM