Dean Paul Caron Moderates ABA Tax Section Panel on "Riding the Tax Reform Wave in Real Time."
Dean Paul Caron moderated an American Bar Association (ABA) Teaching Taxation panel titled "Riding the Tax Reform Wave in Real Time." The panel took place on February 2 as part of the ABA Tax Section Virtual 2022 Mid-Year Meeting.
From the ABA Tax Section Agenda:
Riding the Tax Reform Wave in Real Time. What are the different ways in which law faculty and practitioners keep up with tax reform proposals, legislative changes, and administrative guidance in the rapidly changing world of tax law? As professionals, we need to be aware of conversations around legislative proposals and any resulting changes that would impact our audience, whether that is law students or clients. What are the best processes and sources of information for staying abreast of pending changes to the tax law? How do we juggle uncertainty as proposals unfold, whether we are teaching students or advising clients? How do we get up to speed as quickly as possible once changes are implemented and guidance follows? The panel – consisting of a tax law professor, law librarian, journalist, and practitioner – will discuss the best practices with simulations.
Moderator: Professor Paul Caron, Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, Malibu, CA
Panelists: Professor Susan Morse, University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX; Nalini Rajguru, Caplin & Drysdale, Washington, DC; Richard Rubin, The Wall Street Journal, Washington, DC; David De Jong, Stein Sperling, Rockville, MD
The complete agenda may be found at 2022 Mid-Year Tax Meeting