Oregon Law Tax Policy Colloquium

Tax Policy Colloquium 2020

2022 Tax Policy Colloquium
January 31 – March 28, 2022
2:00 PM Pacific Time
University of Oregon School of Law

The Tax Policy Colloquium offers students, academics, and practitioners the opportunity to consider the scope of tax policy issues by engaging with scholars from around the country as they present their papers and works in progress. 

The colloquium is open to a limited attendance by interested faculty, tax experts, and students. If you wish to attend one or more sessions, please email Professor Roberta Mann at rfmann@uoregon.edu to obtain a zoom invite.

January 31

Blaine Saito
Assistant Professor of Law
Northeastern University School of Law 

Presenting: Context, Purpose, and Coordination in Taxation


February 7

Caroline Bruckner
Sr Professorial Lecturer
American University, Kogod School of  Business

Presenting: Bias & Compliance: Tax Research Trends and Outreach Needs for Small Business/Self-Employed Taxpayers

February 14

Steven Dean
Brooklyn Law School

Dana Brakman Reiser

Dana Brakman Reiser
Centennial Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School

Presenting: For-Profit Philanthropy

Francine Lipman

February 21

Francine Lipman
William S. Boyd Professor of Law
University of Nevada Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law

Presenting: State and Local Tax Takeaways

Leandra Lederman

February 28

Leandra Lederman
William W. Oliver Professor of Tax Law and Director of the Tax Program
Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Presenting: Best Practices in Tax Rulings Transparency

Anthony Infanti

March 7

Anthony Infanti
Christopher C. Walthour, Sr. Professor of Law
University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Presenting: Tax and Evil: Slavery, Immigrant Exclusion, and the Holocaust

Hilary Escajeda

March 28

Hilary Escajeda
Assistant Professor of Law
Mississippi College School of Law

Presenting: Technology Justice: Taxation of Our Collective and Cumulative Cognitive Inheritance