Monthly Archives: March 2017

Scott Dodson on Rules Committee Amicus Practice

Published on: Author: Zach Price

My colleague Scott Dodson, one of the country’s leading civil procedure scholars, has written a fascinating new article urging a litigation role for the rules committees that draft federal procedural rules. Professor Dodson’s article, “Should the Rules Committees Have an Amicus Role?,” appears in the Virginia Law Review. The article argues that the rules committees… Continue reading

Heather Field on Tax Practice and Ethics

Published on: Author: Manoj Viswanathan

Heather Field, my colleague and fellow tax scholar, has written two important articles at the intersection of the practice of tax law and professional ethics. There are scant resources for (1) tax practitioners seeking guidance on how to act ethically when making discretionary decisions involving aggressive tax planning and (2) tax law faculty who want… Continue reading