- Karie Davis-Nozemack (Business, Georgia Tech), "Collision Course: EITC and the Rise of IRS Correspondence Examinations"
- Lisa Philipps (Osgoode Hall), "Canada Revenue as Social Service Agency? Equality Issues in the Administration of Tax-Delivered Benefits"
- Ajay Mehrotra, "The Old Fiscal Order: Trouble with Tariffs and the Faltering Property Tax."
The second afternoon session (currently underway) has three speakers:
- Samuel Brunson (Loyola-Chicago), "Polygamy and Tax: Married Filing Jointly (and Severally?)"
- David Herzig (Valparaiso), "A Call for Action: DOMA and the Internal Revenue Service"
- Marjorie Kornhauser (Arizona State), "Taxing Bachelors."
So far, we've had lots of good discussions about procedural due process in the federal income tax context and what it means to say that the tax law is "political." We'll have some off-the-grid conversations into the evening.