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This workshop will be open to the public at no charge to attend. A reception with keynote speaker Dorothy Brown, will be held on Friday 9/14/12 in Room 115 at apprxominately 5:30 p.m.
Call for Papers:
Critical tax scholars ask why the tax structure is the way it is and what impact tax policies, politics and rhetoric have on historically disempowered groups. Particularly in an election year, attention to the interdisciplinary ways in which social meaning is created through tax policy and inclusion of "outsider" perspectives on the study of public finance are crucial. This is a call for individual paper presentations or incubator ideas that look at taxation from a critical perspective. Critical perspectives on tax policy for this workshop will be limited to a focus on at least one of the following topics: race, ethnicity or immigration status, socio-economic status, gender or gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, family status, or disability. Those examining tax policy in a critical way from a legal, social science, humanities, or comparative/international perspective are all encouraged to participate. This second annual workshop will connect scholars working on problems of inequality and public finance across the academy, welcome new members into the critical perspectives community, provide collaborative support for our research, and transmit our ideas to a wider audience. Professor Dorothy Brown of Emory Law School will be the conference's keynote speaker.
Abstracts no longer than 500 words including name, affiliation, and contact information should be submitted no later than June 30, 2011 via e-mail to Camille Walsh at email@example.com. Participants will be notified whether their proposal was accepted no later than July 15, 2011.
You are invited to attend the
Whole Person Leadership Seminar
Work/Life: Balance or Blend
Presented by the Center for APA Women
September 22, 2012
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
University of Washington School of Law
William H. Gates Hall
4293 Memorial Way
Keynote Speaker King County Superior Court Judge Mary I. Yu
Mari Watanabe, Executive Director Partners in Diversity, Director Leadership Portland—Portland Business Alliance, Oregon
Susan Hacker, VP, Legal Affairs-Sales, Distribution & Sales Operations at T-Mobile
Liani Reeves, Chief Legal Advisor Oregon Governor John Al. Kitzhaber, M.D.
Heidi Park, Community Liaison District Office Congressman Jim McDermott
Merisa Heu-Weller, Employment Attorney Davis Wright Tremaine in Seattle
Jill Nishi, Deputy Director, Strategy, Management & Planning and Special Initiatives Post-Secondary Success-US Program
Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness
Register on-line: http://2012seattleregional.eventbrite.com/
For additional information about The Center for APA Women
firstname.lastname@example.org or www.apawomen.org
UW School of Law Dean Kellye Y. Testy and the Law School Alumni Association
Invite you and your guest to join us in a
Celebration of DISTINCTION
Honoring Our Alumni Leaders for the Global Common Good
THE ANNIVERSARY CLASSES OF 1962, 1972, 1982, 1992 and 2002
and our Award Recipients:
RECENT GRADUATE AWARD - Jill Mullins '08
SERVICE RECOGNITION AWARD - Mike Wampold '96
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD - The Honorable Dow Constantine '88
5:00 p.m. - Reception and Anniversary Class Gatherings
6:15 p.m. - Dinner and Program
Online registration is avaialble until September 19th.
Last updated 1/28/2014