This colloquium will introduce students to the current research in tax policy and will give them an opportunity to develop skills in reading and critiquing contemporary legal scholarship. Following a two-week introduction to the fundamental issues and research strategies, the colloquium will shift to a series of weekly paper presentations by leading scholars from around the country. Students will be required to submit no less than 10 brief response papers in advance of the presentations, and will be expected to participate actively during class discussions. Final grades will be based on the response papers and in-class participation.
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Section Offerings for 2012-13
|D. Schizer ...||R 4:20 PM-6:10 PM||GRHL 304|
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