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LAW 1328 v00 : Taxation in the European Union Seminar

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Spring
JD Adjunct
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lvf6 Faulhaber, Lilian lilian.faulhaber@gmail.com
LAW 1328 v00: Taxation in the European Union Seminar
Taxation in the European Union Seminar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Th 1:20-3:20p
 
10
Writing Requirement

 
 
J.D.
Yes
Seminar
3
None

Students must have taken Federal Income Taxation (formerly Taxation I).

 

International Tax is encouraged but not required.

 
 
Would you like to offer the Pass/Fail grading option?
 

 
 
Does this course qualify as a "simulation course"?
 

Is this course available to distance students?
 

Is this a mandatory Pass-Fail course?
 

 

Personal Information

 
 
 
 
 

John Bessler, an Associate Professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, teaches a death penalty seminar, a course he previously taught at the University of Minnesota Law School, The George Washington University Law School, the University of Baltimore School of Law, and Rutgers School of Law. He clerked for U.S. Magistrate Judge John M. Mason of the District of Minnesota, and practiced law full-time for many years in the area of civil litigation as a partner at the Minneapolis law firm of Kelly & Berens, P.A. Professor Bessler has written six books, including four books on the subject of capital punishment. Two of those books, Death in the Dark: Midnight Executions in America (Northeastern University Press, 1997) and Legacy of Violence: Lynch Mobs and Executions in Minnesota (University of Minnesota Press, 2003), were Minnesota Book Award finalists. Another of his books, Writing for Life: The Craft of Writing for Everyday Living, was a Midwest Book Award finalist and the winner of an Independent Publisher Book Award. His fifth book, Cruel and Unusual: The American Death Penalty and the Founders' Eighth Amendment (Northeastern University Press, 2012), received a Silver designation in the U.S. History category for the Independent Publisher Book Award and was also a finalist in the History category for the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Award. He has a B.A. in political science from the University of Minnesota, and served as the Senior Managing Editor of the Indiana Law Journal at the Indiana University School of Law – Bloomington. He also has an M.F.A. degree from Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and a master's degree in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University. Professor Bessler served as the Writing Center Director as a visiting professor at The George Washington University Law School and has taught courses in lawyering skills, civil procedure, contracts, and international human rights law. He has also served for the past two years as the Region III Director of the National Moot Court Competition. His law review articles have appeared in the American Criminal Law Review, the Indiana Law Journal, the Arkansas Law Review, the Hastings International and Comparative Law Review and elsewhere. His 2014 book, The Birth of American Law: An Italian Philosopher and the American Revolution, was published by Carolina Academic Press and won three book awards, including the prestigious Scribes Book Award--an annual award given out since 1961 for "the best work of legal scholarship published during the previous year." He is also the editor of Justice Stephen Breyer's Against the Death Penalty, a book published by Brookings Institution Press in August 2016 which reprints, contextualizes and annotates Justice Breyer's recent dissent in Glossip v. Gross, 135 S. Ct. 2726 (2015). Professor Bessler is also the author of a forthcoming book, The Death Penalty as Torture: From the Dark Ages to Abolition, to be published in 2017 by Carolina Academic Press. He is also of counsel to the Minneapolis law firm of Berens & Miller, P.A., which handles complex commercial litigation.

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