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Yariv Brauner
Hugh Culverhouse Eminent Scholar Chair in Taxation; Professor of Law

  • Andrés Baéz Moreno & Yariv Brauner, Taxing the Digital Economy Post-BEPS…Seriously, 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (forthcoming 2019).
  • Yariv Brauner, The Multilateral Instrument as a Platform for Coordination of International Tax Policies, 2019 British Tax Rev. 437 (2019).
  • Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, Diane M. Ring & Yariv Brauner, U.S. International Taxation, Cases and Materials (West Academic, 4th ed. 2019).
  • Yariv Brauner, McBEPS: The MLI - The First Multilateral Tax Treaty That Has Never Been, 46 Intertax 6 (2018).
  • Yariv Brauner, Why Examples? Towards More Behaviorally-Intelligent Regulation, 37 Virginia Tax Review 243 (2018).
Neil H. Buchanan
James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar Chair in Taxation; Professor of Law; Director, Global Scholarly Initiatives

  • Neil Buchanan, Social Security Is Fair to All Generations: Demystifying the Trust Fund, Solvency, and the Promise to Younger Americans, 27 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 237 (2017).
Karen C. Burke
Richard B. Stephens Eminent Scholar Chair in Taxation; Professor of Law

  • Karen C. Burke, Federal Income Taxation of Partners and Partnerships in a Nutshell (West Group, 6th ed. forthcoming 2020).
  • Karen C. Burke, Taxing O-Zone Investments Under Subchapter K, 37 Journal of Taxation of Investments 3 (2019).
  • Karen Burke, Section 199A and Choice of Passthrough Entity, 72 Tax Lawyer 551 (2019).
  • Karen C. Burke, Hot Asset Exchanges: Integrating Sections 704(c), 734(b), and 751(b), 70 Tax Lawyer 711 (2017).
David Hasen
Professor of Law

  • David Hasen, Asset Basis in Acquisitive Reorganizations: General Utilities Hangover, 72 Tax Lawyer 481 (2019). 
  • David Hasen, How Should Gifts Be Treated Under the Federal Income Tax?, 2018 Michigan State Law Review 81 (2018).
  • David Hasen, A Partnership Mark-to-Market Tax Election, 71 Tax Lawyer 93 (2017).
  • David Hasen, Taxation and Innovation – A Sectorial Approach, 2017 University of Illinois Law Review 1043 (2017).
Mindy Herzfeld
Professor of Tax Practice; Director, LL.M. in International Tax Program

  • Mindy Herzfeld, International taxation in a Nutshell (West Academic, 12th ed. 2019).
  • Mindy Herzfeld, U.S. Tax Reform: A Multilateral Success?, 2019 British Tax Review 487 (2019).
  • Mindy Herzfeld, Can GILTI + BEAT = GLOBE?, 47 Intertax 504 (2019).
Charlene D. Luke
UF Research Foundation Professor; Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Tax Programs

  • Martin J. McMahon, Jr., Daniel L. Simmons, Charlene Luke & Bret Wells, Federal Income Taxation of Corporations (West Academic, 5th ed. 2019).
  • James R. Repetti, William H. Lyons & Charlene D. Luke, Partnership Income Taxation (Concepts and Insights) (Foundation Press, 6th ed. 2018).
  • Charlene D. Luke, Captivating Deductions, 46 Hofstra Law Review 855 (2018).
Grayson M.P. McCouch
Gerald Sohn Professor of Law

  • Grayson M.P. McCouch, Federal Income Taxation of Estates, Trusts, and Beneficiaries in a Nutshell (West Academic, 2d ed. forthcoming 2020).
  • John K. McNulty & Grayson M.P. McCouch, Federal Estate and Gift Taxation in a Nutshell (West Academic, 9th ed. forthcoming 2020).
  • Boris I. Bittker, Elias Clark & Grayson M.P. McCouch, Federal Estate and Gift Taxation (West Academic, 12th ed. forthcoming 2020).
  • Grayson M.P. McCouch, Post-Marital Income Shifting and the End of Alimony Trusts, 54 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal (forthcoming 2019).
Lee-ford Tritt
University Term Professor; Professor of Law; Director, Center for Estate Planning; Director, Estate Planning Practice Program; Associate Director, Center on Children & Families

  • Lee-ford Tritt & Ryan Scott Teschner, Reimagining the Business Trust as a Sustainable Business Forum, 97 Washington University Law Review 1 (2019).
  • The Stranger-to-the-Marriage Doctrine: Judicial Construction Issues Post-Obergefell, 2019 Wisconsin Law Review 373 (2019).
  • Lee-ford Tritt & Ryan Scott Teschner, Amazon Delivers Diversity: Geographical and Social Influences on Corporate Embeddedness, 16 Berkeley Business Law Journal 1 (2019).
Steven J. Willis
University Term Professor; Professor of Law

  • Steven J. Willis, How a Spouse Can Profit by Paying Partner’s Principal, 49 New Mexico Law Review 283 (2019).
The Florida Tax Review publishes high-impact articles written by tax scholars from around the world. It is the top tax specialty publication in the United States and worldwide, as measured by Washington & Lee. UF tax faculty select articles for inclusion, and Associate Dean for Tax Programs Charlene Luke serves as Editor-in-Chief with editorial support from LL.M. students. Below is a sample of recent and forthcoming articles:
  • Albert H. Choi, Quinn Curtis, and Andrew T. Hayashi, Crisis-Driven Tax Law: The Case of Section 382, 23 Florida Tax Review 1 (forthcoming 2019).
  • Allison Christians and Laurens van Apeldoorn, Taxing Income Where Value Is Created, 22 Florida Tax Review 1 (2019).
  • Tsilly Dagan, The Global Market for Tax and Legal Rules, 21 Florida Tax Review 148 (2017).
  • Itai Grinberg, Stabilizing “Pillar One”: Corporate Profit Reallocation in an Uncertain Environment23 Florida Tax Review (forthcoming 2019).
  • Edward D. Kleinbard, The Right Tax at the Right Time, 21 Florida Tax Review 208 (2017).
  • Sarah B. Lawsky, A Logic for Statutes, 21 Florida Tax Review 60 (2017).
  • Ajay Mehrotra, Review Essay, Why Atlas Hasn’t Shrugged, 21 Florida Tax Review 655 (2018).
  • James Repetti, The Impact of the 2017 Act’s Tax Rate Changes on Choice of Entity, 21 Florida Tax Review 686 (2018).
TAX COLLOQUIA 2019-2020 
UF Law welcomes prominent scholars from around the world to engage with LL.M. and J.D. students.
  • Joshua D. Blank, Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine School of Law
  • Leslie Book, Professor of Law, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
  • Kim Brooks, Professor of Law, Purdy Crawford Chair in Business Law, Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, Canada 
  • Johanna Hey, Professor of Tax Law and Director of the Institute of Tax Law, University of Cologne, Germany 
  • Susan C. Morse, Angus G. Wynne, Sr. Professor in Civil Jurisprudence, The University of Texas at Austin School of Law
  • Leigh Osofsky, Professor of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law
  • Gregg D. Polsky, Francis Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law, University of Georgia School of Law
  • Gladriel Shobe, Associate Professor of Law, Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School

The 9th Annual Ellen Bellet Gelberg Tax Policy Lecture Series, organized by Professor Dennis Calfee and moderated by Laura Ann Fouraker-Gardner, Esq., in January, addressed “Fiscal Therapy: Curing America’s Debt Addiction and Investing in the Future.” A recording of the event may be viewed here. Speakers included:
  • William G. Gale, Brookings Insitution
  • Marc Goldwein, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
  • Douglas Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum 
The 10th annual lecture will be held January 24, 2020, on "Taxing Wealth?" 
UF Law hosted the 15th Annual International Tax Symposium with members of the Iberoamerican Observatory of International Taxation, who addressed leading international topics, including definition of tax havens, the role of constitutional laws in the development and implementation of international tax, and OECD's multilateral instrument and BEPS project. View a recording of the event.
UF Law is proud to host the 2020 Critical Tax Conference in April 2020. Leading faculty around the globe will converge at UF Law to discuss tax policy issues with the aim to expand understanding of the role of tax law in shaping policies to improve people's lives from a social justice perspective.
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