Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Kathryn Kennedy (John Marshall, Chicago) has just published an article in Tax Notes entitled Employee Benefits Law Review Articles You Need to Read. You can find it at 130 Tax Notes 1198 (2011). In it she reviews ten articles based on the following criteria:
- the author must be a full-time law professor, or in the case of a coauthored piece, the first listed author must be a full-time law professor; alternatively, I considered articles of professors of law at universities;
- the article was published or expected to be published during 2010 or the academic 2009-2010 term; and
- the article must appear or be expected to appear in a student-edited law journal or student-edited law review affiliated with an American Bar Association accredited law school; alternatively, I considered articles in professional journals and law reviews that are affiliated with accredited universities.
The ten articles include one by our own Paul Secunda (Marquette), and also articles by Eric Chason (William and Mary), Lawrence Frolik (Pittsburgh), Eleanor Kinney (Indiana, Indianapolis), Brendan Maher (Oklahoma City) and Peter Stris (VAP at Whittier), Wendy Mariner (Boston U.), Matthew Melone (Lehigh U., College of Business and Econ.), Amy Monahan (Minnesota), Randall Thomas (Vanderbilt) Erin O'Hara (Vanderbilt) and Kenneth Martin (Finance Prof.. N.M. State College of Business), and David Walker (Boston U.). It's a great collection with excellent summaries by Professor Kennedy.