Cardozo School of Law is one of just two U.S. law schools that earned an A grade from preLaw Magazine based on our varied tax law offerings, from externships to student groups.
Featured Tax Law Faculty
Professor Laura Cunningham
Before joining the Cardozo faculty, Professor Cunningham was a member of the San Francisco law firm of Janin, Morgan & Brenner, where her practice focused on tax and estate planning. From 1988 to 1991, she was acting assistant professor of law at New York University. From 2001 to 2006, she was Cardozo's vice dean. She has written on income tax, partnership tax, estate tax, and trusts and estates, and is a coauthor of The Logic of Subchapter K: A Conceptual Guide to the Taxation of Partnership and Partners.
Professor Edward Zelinsky
Professor Zelinsky is the author of The Origins of the Ownership Society (Oxford, 2007) and Taxing the Church (Oxford, 2017). His articles have appeared in many publications including Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Columbia Law Review, Virginia Tax Review, Cardozo Law Review, Tax Notes and State Tax Notes. He frequently lectures before professional groups on tax issues and has testified before Congress, most recently, before subcommittees of the House Judiciary Committee.
Professor Young Ran (Christine) Kim
Young Ran (Christine) Kim is a Professor of Law. She previously was an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law where she taught Federal Income Tax, Taxation of Business Entities and an International Tax Seminar.
Kim’s research centers on international tax, business tax and taxation in the digital economy. Her paper with Darien Shanske, "Taxing Digital Platforms," is forthcoming in the Notre Dame Law Review in 2023. Her work has been published in the UCLA Law Review, UC Irvine Law Review, Alabama Law Review, UC Davis Law Review, Harvard International Law Journal and Virginia Tax Review, among others. Her paper “Blockchain Initiatives for Tax Administration” is forthcoming in the UCLA Law Review.
Professor Luís Carlos Calderón Gómez
Luís Calderón Gómez is an Assistant Professor of Law. He was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor of Tax Law at the NYU School of Law, where he taught Tax Policy Seminar and Taxation of Property Transactions. His research centers on tax law, law and philosophy, economic regulation, and international law.