Paul L. Caron

Saturday, May 23, 2020

This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts

  1. ABA Journal, ABA Council Approves Power To Permit Online Legal Ed During Pandemics, New Distance Ed Rules; Rejects Call To Suspend 75% Bar Passage Requirement
  2. Paul Friga (University of North Carolina Business School), COVID-19 May Cause Higher Ed To Finally Confront Runaway Academic Spending, Including 67% Of Tenured Faculty Who Are Underproductive
  3. U.S. Department Of Education, Extension Of Online Education Flexibility Through Fall 2020 Semester
  4. Harvard Crimson, Harvard Makes Online Zero-L Course Free For All U.S. Law Schools Due To Coronavirus
  5. Bryan Camp (Texas Tech Law School), Lesson From Tax Court: Selling Home Not Always Required For Installment Agreement
  6. Stephen Wood, University President Explains Why Faculty/Staff Pay Freezes And Layoffs Are Preferable To Dipping Into Endowment During COVID-19
  7. The Times, Valparaiso Graduates Its Last Law School Class Of 14 Students
  8. Jim Gash (President, Pepperdine University), Pepperdine's Restoration Plan For Fall 2020
  9. Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine Caruso Law School), Remembering Jim McGoldrick, Who Dies From COVID-19 After Nearly 50 Years On The Pepperdine Caruso Law Faculty
  10. ProPublica, Meet the Shadowy Accountants Who Do Trump’s Taxes And Help Him Seem Richer Than He Is

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