Washington and Lee Law professor Michelle Drumbl‘s recent book, Tax Credits for the Working Poor: A Call for Reform, will be the focus of a public panel discussion on Wednesday, April 14 at 3:00pm EDT.
Published by Cambridge University Press in 2019, the book examines the potential for alleviating poverty using the tax code. The special online event will feature discussion by Professor Drumbl, as well as professors Tameka Lester of Georgia State University College of Law, Francine Lipman of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, and Caleb Smith of the University of Minnesota Law School.
The event is open to the public and will take place via Zoom. Register at go.wlu.edu/taxcredit.
Michelle Drumbl is Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law and Director of the Tax Clinic at W&L Law. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of low-income taxpayers and fiscal policy, exploring such issues as filing status, innocent spouse relief, and return preparer fraud. Drumbl will serve as interim Dean of W&L Law beginning in July.