Welcome - Tax Policy LAWS 2267   Tax Policy
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The course is an introductory course in tax policy. The focus of the course is on the basic principles, theories, and tools of public policy analysis within the context of tax expenditures (spending programs delivered through the tax system). The materials read throughout the course draw on multiple disciplinary lenses, including sociology, economics, and political science. Students should therefore find that this course assists in bridging their undergraduate and law school knowledge. Additionally, as a major paper course, Tax Policy should refine students' legal research and writing skills.
LECTURE HOURS PER WEEK: 2
COREQUISITES: LAWS 2029, Taxation I
RESTRICTIONS: Open only to students in JD or combined programs: JD, JD/MHA, JD/MBA, JD/MPA, JD/MLIS and JD/MJ
ASSESSMENT METHOD: This course is evaluated by major paper (and any other assignments or participation components as outlined in the course syllabus).