On March 24, 2023, LMU Loyola Law School and the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review will hold a live symposium and celebration to honor Ellen Aprill, Professor of Law and John E. Anderson Chair in Tax Law Emerita.

Please see below for a tentative program and information about the works-in-progress to be subsequently published as a festschrift symposium issue (Volume 56, No. 4). Each author will present on their piece, with commentary from a discussant immediately following the author’s presentation.

This page may be updated in advance of the event, and will be updated following publication of Volume 56, No. 4.

Friday, March 24th
9:40 AM

Nonprofits, Taxes, and Speech

Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, University of Notre Dame

9:40 AM - 10:30 AM

10:30 AM

Strings Are Attached: Revealing the Hidden Subsidy for Perpetual Donor Limits on Gifts

Roger Colinvaux, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM

11:40 AM

A More Capacious Conception of Church

Samuel D. Brunson, Loyola University Chicago Schoof of Law
Philip Hackney, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

11:40 AM - 12:30 PM

1:15 PM

The Unknown Consequences of Place-Based Tax Incentives

MIchelle D. Layser, University of San Diego School of Law

1:15 PM - 2:05 PM

2:05 PM

Nonprofit Law as the Tool to Kill What Remains of Campaign Finance Law: Reluctant Lessons from Ellen Aprill

Richard L. Hasen, UCLA School of Law

2:05 PM - 3:00 PM