Loyola Tax Policy Colloquium

Except as noted, Loyola Law School's Tax Policy Colloquium meets on Mondays during the Fall semester from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Room G-202 (Girardi Advocacy Center, second floor, Courtroom of the '90s). Faculty members from other law schools are welcome. Lunch is provided. RSVP to Bridget Klink at 213.736.1407 or Bridget.Klink@lls.edu.

Fall 2016 Schedule

Date Speaker Topic Commentator(s)
 9/12 Leslie Book
Charles Widger School of Law
Villanova University
Thinking About Taxpayer Rights and Social Psychology to Improve Administration of the EITC Dennis Ventry
School of Law
University of California Davis
9/19 Anne Alstott
Yale Law School
Yale University
A New Deal for Old Age: Toward A Progressive Retirement Julie Zissimopoulos
Price School of Public Policy
University of Southern California
9/26 Robert Peroni
Texas Law
University of Texas at Austin
Defending Worldwide Taxation and Addressing Inversions with a Shareholder-Based Definition of Corporate Residence Omri Marian
School of Law
University of California Irvine
David Elkins
School of Law
Netanya College
 10/10 Genevieve Tokić
College of Law
Northern Illinois University
Taxing Greed Jennifer Kowal
Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Loyola Marymount University
 10/17 Stephanie Hoffer
Moritz College of Law
The Ohio State University
The ABLE Act as a Case Study of Tax, Disability, and Human Rights Ruth Phelps
Phelps Law Group
David Rice
David Rice Professional Law Corp.
10/24 Gregg Polsky
School of Law
University of Georgia
The Up-C Revolution Gladriel Shobe
J. Reuben Clark Law School
Brigham Young University
10/31 Manoj Viswanathan
College of the Law
University of California Hastings
Tax Compliance in a Decentralizing Economy Leandra Lederman
Maurer School of Law
Indiana University
 11/7 Jacob Goldin
Stanford Law School
Stanford University
Beyond Head of Household: Rethinking the Taxation of Single Parents Jason Oh
School of Law
University of California Los Angeles
 11/14 Nancy McLaughlin
S.J. Quinney College of Law
University of Utah

Conservation Easements and the Essential Perpetuity Requirements

Morgan Davis
Mullen & Henzell LLP
Kathy Trisolini
Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Loyola Marymount University