'Tax Notes' publishes Chodorow article


September 25, 2009

An article by professor http://www.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=5326" target="_blank">Adam Chodorow of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, "Tax in the Final Frontier: A Theory of Interstellar Tax," has been published in the Sept. 7 issue of Tax Notes. The article refers to Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman's 1978 article, "The Theory of Interstellar Trade," in which he considers how interest charges on goods in space transit should be computed.

"This article seeks to expand on Krugman's seminal work - and establish my claim to a Nobel Prize - by considering whether income earned in flight should be subject to the federal income tax," Chodorow writes. "I conclude that in-flight income is clearly subject to tax under current law and prevailing theory, but administrative concerns warrant excluding that income from the tax base until the intrepid taxpayer returns to Earth." Download Full Image

To read the full article, click http://www.law.asu.edu/files/Administration/Communication/Faculty_Notes/... target="_blank">here.

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Tsosie to lecture at University of Oregon


September 25, 2009

http://www.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=127" target="_blank">Rebecca Tsosie, Executive Director of the Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, will give the Third Annual Rennard Strickland Lecture at the University of Oregon on Oct. 15.

Tsosie's lecture is titled "Native Nations and Climate Change: Building and Ethics of Environmental Stewardship," and addresses the role of Native environmental stewardship in climate change policy, based on the unique political structures and knowledge Native Communities have and on how Native peoples can protect their lands and resources. Download Full Image

Tsosie is the inaugural Oregon Tribes Professor at the University of Oregon School of Law. She is of Yaqui descent and has worked extensively with tribal governments and organizations. She serves as a Supreme Court Justice for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. She is a renowned scholar and advocate on tribal sovereignty, environmental policy and cultural rights.

The lecture honors Strickland, the former University of Oregon Law School Dean and Native American scholar, and is sponsored by the Native Environmental Sovereignty Program of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.

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