The Tax Law Center at NYU Law

The Tax Law Center at NYU Law seeks to protect and strengthen the tax system through rigorous, high-impact legal work in the public interest. 

The legal choices that shape the tax system can be complex and opaque for people who are not tax experts, but they can have profound impacts, including on how much revenue the tax system raises and who pays tax. Private interests often invest heavily in shaping these choices. The Tax Law Center aims to be a strong public interest voice weighing in on these technical yet consequential tax law issues. To do so, the Center provides technical input on tax legislation, comments on tax regulations, and submits amicus briefs in tax litigation, with the aim of improving the integrity of the tax system, saving and raising revenues, and advancing equity.

Recent Events

Tackling International Tax  
June 13, 2022
The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution 
Event details  

Chye-Ching Huang joins a roundtable discussion exploring significant changes to the taxing of international corporate income.

Current Developments in Corporate Tax 
May 14, 2022 
American Bar Association May Tax Meeting
Conference details 

Peter Richman moderated a panel that aims to cover current developments in corporate tax, including (i) updates from the Tax Court, (ii) noteworthy private letter rulings, and (iii) recent regulatory and subregulatory guidance. 

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