The Columbia Journal of Tax Law
The Columbia Journal of Tax Law provides a needed forum for academics, practitioners, and policymakers to explore ideas in tax law and policy.
Unlike any other tax publication, the journal aims to bridge the worlds of both theory and practice by targeting scholars, practitioners, and policymakers as its authors and audience. The journal is published twice a year. Each issue aims to include scholarly articles, shorter pieces on hot-topic policy and practice subjects, and student notes. Students are selected for staff positions based on a writing sample, statement of interest, and resume. The tax journal seeks to build a collegial environment among the staff, editors, and advisors. Second-year staff responsibilities include completion of production assignments and may include a student note at the staff member’s election. Additionally, interested staff members review articles and vote in the article selection process. The editorial board is selected from staff members towards the end of the academic year.