AuthorAbreu, Alice G.
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AbstractIn Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Tax Opinions, Bridget Crawford and Tony Infanti reveal the power of feminist theory to offer new insights on a broad range of tax cases. The collection of essays contained in the book operationalizes diversity and inclusion by showing how tax law is imbued with social values in both its statutory and judicial expressions. My reflections on the book have three distinct parts. To provide a sense for the breadth and scope of the project I begin by describing the ways in which the collection itself reflects diversity in its broadest sense. I then discuss the rewritten opinion and commentary on one of the cases, Welch v. Helvering, as an example of the type of insights the collection provides.Finally, I offer some reflections of other, often simple, ways of bringing feminist values to the teaching of tax law.
CitationAlice G. Abreu, Feminist Tax Judgments: Operationalizing Diversity, 16 Pitt. Tax Rev. 189 (2019).
Citation to related workUniversity of Pittsburgh
Has partPittsburgh Tax Review, Vol. 16, No. 2 (2019)
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