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Tax Analysts’ Annual Student Writing Competition


Tax Analysts is pleased to announce the opening of its annual student writing competition for 2016. This global competition enables students who win to publish a paper in Tax Notes, State Tax Notes, or Tax Notes International and receive a 12-month online subscription to all these weekly magazines after graduation.

Students must be enrolled in a law, business, or public policy program. Papers should be between 2,500 and 12,000 words and focus on an unsettled question in federal, international, or U.S. state tax law or policy. Submissions are judged on originality of argument, content, grammar, and overall quality.

Please send your submissions to studentwritingcomp@taxanalysts.org by May 31, 2016. To submit an entry, please type “Submission: [school name]” in the subject line.

Tax Analysts is an independent, nonpartisan tax policy organization dedicated to improving tax systems through an open, informed, and expert understanding of federal, state, and international policy. We support the highest quality independent reporting, research, publishing, and debate for tax practitioners, public policymakers, and interested individuals.

Tax Analysts’ Student Writing Competition was created to support tax education and encourage our future tax leaders.

Past Winners

2014:

Tax Notes:

Peter Boos
University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law
JD, 2014

John Bunge
University of Florida Levin College of Law
LLM in taxation, 2014

Justin Morehouse

University of Oregon School of Law
JD, 2014

Christopher Weeg

University of Florida Levin College of Law
JD candidate, 2015

State Tax Notes:

Deddeh Ansumana Jones
Georgetown University Law Center
LLM in taxation candidate, 2014

Claire Arritola
George Washington University Law School
JD, 2014

Michael Giaquinto
George Washington University Law School
JD candidate, 2015

Sarah K. Johnson
University of South Carolina School of Law
JD, 2014

Allysa D. Piché
George Washington University Law School
JD, 2014

Tax Notes International:

Eric Ntini Kasoko
Free University of Brussels, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
Executive master's in tax management, 2014

Hiroshi Oyama
University of Michigan Law School
LLM in international tax, 2014

2015:

Tax Notes:
Sean P. McElroy
Stanford Law School
JD candidate, 2016

State Tax Notes:
Brian Levey
George Washington University Law School
JD, 2015

Tax Notes International:
Christopher Worek
University of Illinois College of Law
JD, 2015


For any questions, please contact us at studentwritingcomp@taxanalysts.org