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Above the Law, The Tax Man Continues To Be The Plague Of Pot The Blaze, Will the IRS Target Christian Colleges After Gay Marriage Ruling? Commissioner Responds Blog of the Legal Times, Judge Cites ACA 'Tax' Debate in Refusal to Release Gitmo Detainee Bloomberg, Lawmakers Dangle 10% Rate for Some...

State immunization laws should eliminate non-medical exemptions, say internists

Support for eliminating existing exemptions, except for medical reasons, from immunization laws was among the policy recommendations adopted at the summer meeting of the Board of Regents of the American College of Physicians.

ASHE SCHOW: No more campus sexual assault legislation, begs national group of college administrator…

ASHE SCHOW: No more campus sexual assault legislation, begs national group of college administrators. Colleges don’t need any more sexual assault laws or policies, says Kevin Kruger, president of NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. I would only disagree in that legislation might be needed to guarantee basic due process rights to students […]

Boston College Seeks To Hire A Tax Prof

Boston College Law School: BOSTON COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL expects to make two faculty appointments in fields that might include constitutional law and/or taxation. Hiring rank would be dependent on the background and experience of the applicant. Applicants must possess a J.D. or equivalent degree and outstanding academic credentials. Relevant experience...

First Slice 7/27/15: Georgia sues advocate for... publishing the state's laws?

Georgia is suing a public domain advocate for copyright infringement. Carl Malamud had the gall to... publish an official copy of the state's laws?  Spelman College has ended the professorship endowed by and named after Bill and Camille Cosby.…

Legal Landslide! Jesse J. Richardson Paper: 'Agricultural Preferences in Eastern Water Allocation Statutes' and Six More!

2 weeks agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

We hear much about ag water use in the Western US, but not as much about such use in the Eastern US. Jesse J. Richardson, Jr. of the West Virginia University College of Law, who has graced these pages before, broaches that issue with this paper published in the Spring...

This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts

Tax Like It Is July 4, 1776 Will Christian Colleges (And Law Schools) Lose Their Tax Exemption After Obergefell? More On The Resignation Of LSU Law School Dean/Chancellor Last-Minute Publishing Opportunity: American University Law Review LSU Law School Dean/Chancellor Steps Down Due To 'Major Policy Differences With Vocal Segment Of...

Megyn Kelly freaks out over NY affirmative consent law: What about men’s rights?

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The implementation of an affirmative consent law in New York state had Fox News host Megyn Kelly concerned on Tuesday, as she fretted that men are presumed guilty too often in college sexual assault cases. “It is important to improve the rights of women who are victims of sexual assault on...

Iowa student journalists wanted to raise $500 for an independent publication. Now, they’re up to $5,000.

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Student Press Law Center After filing a lawsuit against their school, student journalists at Muscatine Community College in Muscatine, Iowa, have raised $5,171 as of Tuesday in a GoFundMe campaign to create an independent publication. Show More Summary

Morning Docket: 07.07.15

Vikram Amar, the incoming dean of the University of Illinois College of Law, says that he demanded a pay cut before taking the job to help make legal education more affordable for students. The piddling amount of money he'll be sacrificing will absolutely infuriate you. Show More Summary

Taxation And Tax Policy Roundtable Today At Netanya College School Of Law (Israel)

Yariv Brauner (Florida): Arm's Length Transfer Pricing David Elkins (Netanya), Allocative Efficiency, Transactional Fairness, and Distributive Justice in International Taxation: A (Not So) Radical Proposal For Reform Mirit Eyal-Cohen (Alabama), Through the Lens of Innovation Assaf Lichovsky (Tel Aviv), Tax Law and Social Norms in Mandatory Palestine and Israel Tamir...

Vik Amar Leaves Money On The Table, Takes Less Salary As Illinois Dean

Following up on yesterday's post, Vik Amar Named Dean At Illinois Law School: News-Gazette, UI's Next Law Dean Outlines Priorities: The new dean for the University of Illinois College of Law thinks the cost of a legal education is a problem, and he's putting his own money behind that premise....

Vik Amar Named Dean At Illinois Law School

Illinois Press Release: The University of Illinois has named Vikram David Amar as the next dean of the College of Law, pending approval from the University’s Board of Trustees at their July 15 meeting. Amar will assume the deanship, and also become the Iwan Foundation Professor of Law, on August...

Alexander Kogut, Clayton Whittemore: Dateline NBC To Focus On Dorm Room, College Coed Beating At Brockton State College

The murder of Alexandra Kogut by her boyfriend Clayton Whiitemore is the focus of the next Dateline NBC Friday. Dateline brings you interesting cases to examine each week— up close and personal. This week viewers will hear from law enforcement and family and friends of Alexandra Kogut. Show More Summary

Trinity Western’s loss a clear case of anti-Christian bigotry

The Ontario Superior Court has upheld an anti-Christian ruling against Trinity Western Law School. The Law Society says TWU discriminates against gays and lesbians because they’re a Christian college. The judges had to twist themselves into knots to come up with this decision. It’s truly bizarre. Did you know there are lawyers in Ontario who attended […]

ASHE SCHOW: New campus sexual assault laws go into effect in Virginia. Three new laws aimed to c…

ASHE SCHOW: New campus sexual assault laws go into effect in Virginia. Three new laws aimed to curb campus sexual assault in Virginia went into effect on July 1. Two of the laws deal with reporting requirements for colleges and police departments. The other law, regarding transcript notations, has created some confusion. Local station WHSV […]

Genevieve Tokic (McDermott Will & Emery) Joins Northern Illinois Law School Faculty

Northern Illinois College of Law Press Release: Genevieve Tokic, an associate from the tax group at McDermott Will & Emery, will teach courses in the areas of tax and international business, where her expertise in international tax planning and cross-border business transactions will well-complement the school's global reach and credentials....

Call For Estate Planning Papers: ACTEC Law Journal

Call For Papers: ACTEC Law Journal: Estate Planning In the 21st Century: Seismic Shifts and Predictions for the Future The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel announces a Call For Papers on the following topics: Estate planning has radically changed in the last several decades. Statutes such as the...

“When ‘Legislature’ May Mean More than ‘Legislature': Initiated Electoral College Reform and the Ghost of Bush v. Gore”

I wrote this piece in 2008 for the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly. After the AZ case, I can say that I now think it is very likely that initiated electoral college reform would satisfy the Legislature requirement of Article II. Here’s the abstract: … Continue reading ?

31 Of The Most Beautiful And Profound Passages In Literature You’ll Want To Read Over And Over Again

“I don't have any problem understanding why people flunk out of college or quit their jobs or cheat on each other or break the law or spray-paint walls. A little bit outside of things is where some people feel each other. We do it to replace the frame of family. We do it to erase and remake our origins in their own images. To say, I too was here.”

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