Paul L. Caron

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Call For Presentations: UC-Irvine Symposium On Moore And The Future Of The Realization Doctrine

Call for Presentations: The Moore Case and the Future of the Realization Doctrine:

UCI Law (2022)The Graduate Tax Program at the University of California, Irvine School of Law will host its 6th Annual UCI Law - Taylor Nelson Amitrano LLP Tax Symposium on April 18, 2024. The theme this year is The Moore Case and the Future of the Realization Doctrine.

We are interested in submissions for proposed presentations on potential effects of the Moore case on the realization doctrine, as well as any topics relating to the realization doctrine as they pertain to issues such as constitutional design, legal alternatives, behavioral effects, societal effects and disparities, tax planning, and political discourse.

This one-day virtual symposium will be attended by tax industry professionals, government officials, and academic researchers from all over the world. Presenters of accepted submissions will be invited to present at the event.

We accept submissions from:

  • Tax practitioners (in law firms, accounting firms, in-house practices, and tax preparation industry);
  • Academic or industry researchers;
  • Government officials, tax policymakers, and tax policy advocates;
  • Entrepreneurs in fields related to the symposium topic.

Guidelines for submissions:

  • Send your submission to [email protected] no later than March 15, 2024.
  • Please title your submission e-mail "Tax Symposium Submission."
  • In your e-mail, please include the following:
    1. A 300-500 word abstract of the proposed presentation (if a longer version is available at the time of submission, you may submit it together with the abstract.
    2. Name(s) and contact details of the presenter/s.
    3. A short bio of each of the presenters (no longer than 300 words)
    4. A CV for each of the presenters
    5. A good quality headshot of each of the presenters (these will be used in the symposium's program; if you prefer not to have your picture included in the symposium program, please state so in your submission).
  • We will make decisions about submissions and notify submitters by March 29, 2024.
  • While we would appreciate receiving a full paper of the accepted presentation prior to the symposium, it is not required. However, presenters will need to provide some form of written presentation material (such a presentation slides or a written summary of the presentation) to be shared with attendees.

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