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Volume 109 Article Selection

We are currently accepting submissions for our forthcoming 109th volume. Please direct questions about print submissions to Matthew Heins, Senior Articles Editor. Note that we do not accept submissions via email for the print edition.

NULR Online Submissions

We accept submissions on a continuous basis for our online companion through the online submissions service Scholastica. We also accept submissions via email. If you have questions or comments, please consult our submission policies or email Nicholas Roosevelt, Senior Online Editor.


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(formerly named the Colloquy)
  Patent Imperialism [citation]   Bernard Chao
  Inventing Around Copyright [citation]   Dan L. Burk

Current Issue: Special Issue 2014, Volume 108, Issue 3

  Foreword: 100 Years Under the Income Tax [citation]   Charlotte Crane
  Look Away Dixieland: The South and the Federal Income Tax [citation]   Robin L. Einhorn
  Did the Sixteenth Amendment Ever Matter? Does It Matter Today? [citation]   Erik M. Jensen
  The Consistency of Conservative Tax Policy [citation]   Marjorie E. Kornhauser
  What a History of Tax Withholding Tells Us About the Relationship Between Statutes and Constitutional Law [citation]   Anuj C. Desai
  Schedularity in U.S. Income Taxation and Its Effect on Tax Distribution [citation]   Henry Ordower
  Brackets: A Historical Perspective [citation]   Tracey M. Roberts
  A Bundle of Confusion for the Income Tax: What It Means to Own Something [citation]   Stephanie Hunter McMahon
  Does Federal Spending "Coerce" States? Evidence from State Budgets [citation] [data]   Brian Galle
  A Corporate Tax for the Next One Hundred Years: A Proposal for a Dynamic, Self-adjusting Corporate Tax Rate [citation]   Adam H. Rosenzweig
  Tax-Free Reorganizations: The Evolution and Revolution of Triangular Mergers [citation]   Stephanie Hoffer & Dale A. Oesterle
  The Moonscape of Tax Equality: Windsor and Beyond [citation]   Anthony C. Infanti