Paul L. Caron

Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Blaine Saito Leaves Northeastern For Ohio State

Blaine Saito is leaving Northeastern to join the faculty at Ohio State, effective August 15, 2023.

SaitoProfessor Saito's research and teaching are within the areas of taxation. He is particularly interested in how the tax law shapes social policy, the management of the tax system, and the tax law's interaction with democratic ideals. His approach seeks to bridge across different lenses, like public administration, democratic thinking, economics, and political science.

Professor Saito currently teaches courses in Federal Income Taxation and Tax Policy.

Prior to joining the, Professor Saito worked for the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division in the Court of Federal Claims Section, where he litigated federal tax cases. He also served as a clerk to Judge Richard R. Clifton of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and worked at various large law firms. Professor Saito has also worked as a Legislative Assistant for a Member of Congress.

For links to Blaine's scholarship, see Google Scholar and SSRN.

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