Tax Law Review
The Tax Law Review, the premier law school journal for tax policy scholarship, is one of the few faculty-edited journals in the legal academy. Under the current leadership of Professor Mitchell Kane, Editor-in-Chief, the Tax Law Review publishes articles and essays by leading legal academics and practitioners as well as noted economists.
The Tax Law Review publishes two issues annually, one of which is devoted to an annual tax policy symposium. Past topics have included capital gains policy, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and taxation, wealth transfer taxation, and taxation of electronic commerce.
Subscription payments for the Tax Law Review can be made by credit card, check, or money order. Subscription rates are: $75.00 a year for the United States and U.S. Territories; $95.00 for foreign destinations. Purchases of single issues are subject to availability and are sold at $40.00 (domestic) and $50.00 (foreign).
Payments made by check or money order should:
- be made in U.S. dollars and redeemable through a U.S. bank
- be made payable to NYU School of Law and mailed to:
NYU School of Law Attn: Tax Law Review 40 Washington Square South, Room 411 New York, New York 10012
NOTE: Claims for nonreceipt of issues must be made within one year of publication. Otherwise, the Review cannot replace those issues free of charge.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Tax Law Review at (212) 992-8165 or Queenl@mercury.law.nyu.edu.
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One Year (2 issues)