Fall 2009

Loyola Law School’s Tax Policy Colloquium meets on Mondays 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.





8/31 Jonathan Masur, University of Chicago Well-Being Analysis A.J. Julius, UCLA Philosophy
9/14 Miranda Fleischer, University of Colorado Theorizing the Charitable Tax Subsidies: The Role of Distributive Justice Ellen Aprill, Loyola-LA
9/21 James Hines, University of Michigan Reconsidering the Taxation of Foreign Income Heather Field, UC Hastings
10/5 Edward McCaffery, USC The Last Best Hope for Progressivity in Tax David Hasen, Penn State
10/12 Edward Kleinbard, USC An American Dual Income Tax Lily Kahng, Seattle
10/19  Brian Galle, Florida State Foundation or Empire: The Role of Charity in a Federal System Kirk Stark, UCLA
10/26 Sarah Lawsky, George Washington  On the Edge: Declining Marginal Utility and Tax Policy Thomas Griffith, USC
 11/2 Deborah Schenk, NYU Salience and Tax Design Joseph Bankman, Stanford
 11/9 Dennis Ventry, UC Davis The Accidental Deduction: A History and Critique of the Tax Subsidy for Mortgage Interest Roberta Mann, Oregon
 11/16 David Duff, University of British Columbia Carbon Taxation in Theory and Practice Charles Kolstad & Corbett Grainger, UCSB (Economics)
11/23 Chris Sanchirico,
University of Pennsylvania
A Critical Look at the Economic Argument for Taxing Only Labor Income Dorothea Herreiner,
LMU (Economics)