Friday, March 4, 2011

Georgetown Tax Law, Gender and Sexuality Conference, March 30

The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law Presents

A Symposium Confronting the Intersection of Tax Law, Gender and Sexuality

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

 

Panel 1: Tax Law in the Context of Feminist Goals

9:00-9:30  Nancy Staudt, Primary Speaker, Class of 1940 Research Professor of Law, Northwestern University Law School

9:30-9:50  Shari Motro, Commenter, Associate Professor of Law, University of Richmond; Visiting Associate Professor of Law,  Georgetown University Law Center

9:50-10:10  Lawrence Zelenak, Commenter, Pamela B. Gann Professor of Law, Duke University Law School

10:10-10:40  QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

 

 

Panel 2: Tax Law, Gender Identity and Sexuality

10:50-11:20  Anthony C. Infanti, Primary Speaker, Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

11:20-11:40  Bridget J. Crawford, Commenter, Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, Pace Law School

11:40-12:00  Patricia Cain, Commenter, Inez Mable Distinguished Professor of Law, Santa Clara Law

12:00-12:30  QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

 

 

Panel 3: Women in Tax Law Academia

1:10-1:40  Deborah Schenk, Primary Speaker, Ronald and Marilynn Grossman Professor of Taxation, Editor-in-Chief, Tax Law Review, New York University Law School

1:40-2:00  Ruth Mason, Commenter, Nancy and Bill Trachsel '71 Corporate Law Scholar and Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law, Visiting Professor of Law, Yale Law School

2:00-2:20  Sarah Lawsky, Commenter, Acting Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine School of Law

2:20-2:50  QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

 

MR

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