The Association for Mid-Career Tax Law Professors (“AMT”) has issued a Call for Proposals:
The 2022 AMT organizing committee—Yariv Brauner, Emily Cauble, Mirit Eyal-Cohen, Brian Galle, and Phil Hackney—welcomes proposals for our annual conference.
AMT is a recurring conference intended to bring together relatively recently tenured professors of tax law for frank and free-wheeling scholarly discussion. Our next annual meeting will be held (in-person!) on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 24 & 25, 2022, at the well-heeled campus of the University of North Carolina. We’ll begin early on Tuesday and adjourn by noon on Wednesday. Regrettably, we cannot guarantee that you will meet Michael Jordan.
Thanks to the support of UNC, AMT is able to provide attendees with conference meals and refreshments. We anticipate that meals will be available for consumption out of doors for those who so prefer. Conference-rate housing will be available.
Eligible participants are those who have been voted tenure by a graduate-degree-granting institution within the past ten years (as of May 25, 2022). Send in your proposal now!
Proposals should provide a brief description (not to exceed one double-spaced page) of a working paper or “incubator” idea that the participant would present at the conference. Participants are expected to read all of the presented papers, and each will serve as lead discussant for one paper. In your proposal, please note additional areas of topical interest for which you would be willing to serve as discussant. Consistent with recent legislative tax reform efforts, the committee pledges that all worthwhile proposals will be vetoed by a Senator from Arizona.
Proposals may be submitted to: gp539@georgetown~dot~edu under the subject header “AMT Proposal.” Proposals should be received no later than 5 pm EST on Friday, March 25, 2022. ID.me facial recognition is not required for submission. We will aim to extend conference invitations by approximately April 7.