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Cardozo School of Law, Moot Courtroom

55 5th Avenue

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This panel discussion will include legal scholars who will discuss Professor Edward Zelinsky's new book "Taxing the Church." The book:

  • Explores the taxation and exemption of churches and other religious institutions, both empirically and normatively
  • Reveals that churches and other religious institutions are treated diversely by the federal and state tax systems
  • Focuses on church-state entanglements with respect to taxing or exempting churches and other sectarian entities
  • Discusses improvements that can be made in legal and tax policy trade-offs, such as the protection of internal church communications and the expansion of the churches' sales tax liabilities
  • A clear, balanced, and comprehensive treatment of the topic that is broadly accessible to tax policymakers, lawyers, nonlawyers, judges, tax specialists, and even those with no background in the subject

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Professor Laura Cunningham of Cardozo Law School

Panelists:

Professor Miranda Perry Fleischer of the University of San Diego

Professor Brian Galle of Georgetown University

Professor Daniel Hemel of the University of Chicago

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