2007 Fall

Loyola Law School’s Tax Policy Colloquium meets on Mondays from 12:10 to 2:10 p.m. in Room G-102 (Girardi Advocacy Center, first floor, Robinson Courtroom). Faculty members from other law schools are welcome. Lunch is provided. RSVP to Bridget Klink at 213.736.1407 or Bridget.Klink@lls.edu.

Date

Speaker

Topic

Commentator

 8/27 David Walker, Boston University Regulatory Tax Penalties Katherine Pratt, Loyola-LA
 9/10 Terry Chorvat, George Mason University The Optimal Structure of Anti-Avoidance Rules Michael Lang, Chapman
 9/17 Lily Batchelder, NYU The Superiority of an Inheritance Tax over an Estate Tax and No Wealth Transfer Tax Kirk Stark, UCLA
 9/24 Jim Repetti, Boston College Democracy and Opportunity A New Paradigm for Tax Equity Thomas Griffith, USC
 10/1 Donald Korb, Chief Counsel, IRS The Impact of Tax Policy Scholarship on Tax Administration  
 10/8 Larry Zelenak, Duke The Federal Retail Sales Tax That Wasn't An Actual History and an Alternative History Steven Bank, UCLA
 10/15 Mary Heen, University of Richmond and General Counsel, AAUP Politically Controversial Speakers on Campus Ellen Aprill, Loyola-LA
 10/22 David Hasen, University of Michigan The Proper Treatment of Loan Proceeds Under an Income Tax and Under a Consumption Tax Theodore Seto, Loyola-LA
 10/29 Mona Hymel, University of Arizona and Roberta Mann, Widener University Moonshine to Motorfuel Tax Incentives for Fuel Ethanol Ann Carlson, UCLA & Martin Wachs, RAND Corp
 11/12 Adam Rosenzweig, Washington University, Saint Louis Taxation, Risk & Derivatives Does the Income Tax Subsidize Hedge Funds? Katherine Pratt, Loyola-LA
11/19 Neil H. Buchanan, George Washington University What Do We Owe Future Generations? Framing the Issues, with an Application to Budget Policy David Gamage, UC Berkeley
11/26 Benjamin Leff, Tax Associate, Austin, Texas Sit Down and Count the Cost: Valuing the Speech of Charities in Order to Constitutionally Enforce the 501(c)(3) Campaign Intervention Ban Kurt Lash, Loyola-LA