Published: Apr 15th, 2013
Professor Blair’s paper was accepted for publication; Professor Cohen spoke on two panels at an ABA meeting; Professor DiMatteo was a faculty achievement award winner; Dean Flournoy was selected by UNC-Chapel Hill as its scholar of the week; Professor Hernández-Truyol was appointed to the board of the Southern Legal Counsel; Dean Jerry published an essay; Professor Johnston presented a work-in-progress at Wake Forest; Professor Nagan’s published two articles; Professor Rawls participated in UF Law’s Law and Justice Conference; Professor Sokol was named chairman of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s new Law Professor Committee; and Professors Dekle, Hamilton, Lidsky, McMahon and Nunn were quoted as experts in various local and national media.
Published: Apr 1st, 2013
Professor Nancy Dowd recently finished the first phase of a guest professorship in Sweden and will present research April 5 at Indiana University; Professor Joseph Jackson was quoted in various media; Professor Christine Klein published two articles; Professor Martin McMahon participated in a panel discussion and presented a paper; and Professor Lea Johnston published an article and presented a paper at the UF Law’s Criminal Justice Center Junior Scholar’s Conference along with Professors Tom Lin, Jason Nance and John Stinneford.
Published: Feb 4th, 2013
Professor Mary Adkins, Bob Dekle and Mark Fenster were quoted as experts in the media; Professor Larry DiMatteo has three books forthcoming; Dean Claire M. Germain was an invited speaker and moderator at a conference in Paris and served on an ABA Accreditation Site Visit Team at UC-Irvine; Professor Martin McMahon presented at the ABA Tax Section Midyear Meeting; and Professor John Stinneford published an article.
Published: Jan 22nd, 2013
Professor Omri Marian published his paper in the Virginia Tax Review, Professor Martin McMahon published a supplement and made a presentation at an annual tax conference in Austin and Adjunct Professor Carl Schwait was re-elected to the governing board of The Florida Bar.
Published: Oct 17th, 2011
The United States’ domestic budget problems have been at the forefront of recent national policy debates. However, the challenge of determining who — or what — to tax is not […]