NYU's Tax Law Review is the premier scholarly journal for tax policy.
Since its establishment in 1945, the Tax Law Review (TLR) has been at the forefront of tax policy scholarship.
One of the few faculty-edited journals in the legal academy, the TLR is committed to peer-selection and peer-editing.
Articles from leading legal academics, practitioners, and noted economists grapple with our era's most vital tax policy questions.
Current and Upcoming Issues
Just a few of the articles that are featured in our current and upcoming issues:
- Ariel Kleinman (University San Diego School of Law) questions the low-end regressivity of the earned income tax credit and the child tax credit.
- Eric Zolt (UCLA School of Law) examines tax treaties between developed and developing countries.
- Wolfgang Schön (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance) considers the relationship between taxation and democracy—and these are only a few of the serious and far-reaching pieces of scholarship to anticipate.
The Tax Law Review offers select 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLM students within the Graduate Tax Program the valuable opportunity to serve on a journal edited by NYU Law faculty. Working on the TLR can benefit the careers of students interested in entering the field of tax policy. For more information, contact Professor Kane regarding application procedures.