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July 26, 2011


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Lloyd Mayer

I found the annual Junior Tax Scholars Conference (really a very intense workshop) to be incredibly helpful both for vetting draft articles and networking. Originally organized by Miranda Perry (now Miranda Perry Fleischer), Vic Fleischer, and Lily Batchelder, each year it gathers approximately two dozen pre-tenure tax law professors, each of whom presents a paper and is expected to comment formally on two other papers. Everyone, however, is expected to have read at least the short version of every paper, and in practice comments come on every paper from most of the attendees. It has proven so popular that it can be difficult to be invited, although a number of slot open up each year as participants age (i.e., tenure) out.

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