Paul's article, "The Federal Tax Implications of Bush v. Gore,"
was accepted for publication in the Washington University Law Quarterly.
He assembled a group of tax law professors to write a book, Tax Stories:
An In-Depth Look at the Ten Leading Supreme Court Tax Cases (other
co-authors include Joe Bankman (Stanford), Pat Cain (Iowa), Joseph Dodge
(Texas), Marjorie Kornhauser (Tulane), Joel Newman (Wake Forest), Dan
Shaviro (NYU), and Deborah Schenk (NYU)). They hope to obtain a book contract
by early summer, and plan to complete the book by August 2002.
Paul also published several issues of his three Tax Law Abstracts
e-journals (www.ssrn.com): five issues
of Tax Law & Policy (vol. 2, nos. 12-16) (co-edited with Joe
Bankman); one issue of International & Comparative Tax (vol.
1, no. 2) (co-edited with Eric Zolt) and one issue of Practitioner
Series (vol. 1, no. 2) (co-edited with Joe Bankman). His tax advice
to Rodger Bingham ("Kentucky Joe") and the other Survivor finalists
was featured in a front page story of The Cincinnati Enquirer's
Business section on April 21.
Jack's articles, "Effective Assistance of Counsel in the Guilty Plea Context"
(with Richard Holmes '00) and "Regulating Race: Asian Exclusion and the
Administrative State," were accepted for publication in, respectively,
the Cornell Law Review and the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties
Rafael's article, "Distilling the Essence of Contract Terms: An Anti-antiformalist
Approach to Contract and Employment Law," was accepted for publication
in the Florida Law Review.
Brad's article, "Proving an Environmental Justice Case: Determining an
Appropriate Comparison Population," was accepted for publication in the
Virginia Environmental Law Journal. The federal district court
in New Jersey cited one of Brad's earlier articles, "Environmental Justice
and Title VI: Making Recipient Agencies Justify their Siting Decisions,"
73 Tulane L. Rev. 787 (1999), in South Camden Citizens in Action
v. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, 2001 WL 392472
(D.N.J. Apr. 19, 2001).
Jim published "Administrative Law Trends for the Environment in 2001:
Watching the Three-Legged Race," in the ABA SEER Section magazine, Trends
Suja was invited to be a member of the new Strategic Planning Committee
of the Women's Sports Foundation and attended the committee's first meeting
(chaired by Billie Jean King) in New York.
Michael presented his paper, "The Costs of Legal Change," at Tulane University
Law School on April 9 as part of our Scholar Exchange Program
Glen's article, "Judge Wirk Confronts Mr. Hillmon," was accepted for publication
in the Boston University Law Review.
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revised: April 27, 2001