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DOUGLAS N. FRENKEL Practice Professor of Law ,participated in the American Bar Association’s mediation training for judges in Wilmington, Delaware in February. His article “On Trying to Teach Judgment” was published this Fall by the Australian Legal Education Review in a symposium issue on teaching Professional Responsibility (12 Legal Ed Rev 190) (2001).

SARAH BARRINGER GORDON Professor of Law and History was a guest on National Public Radio stations in Salt Lake City and in Philadelphia discussing her book The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America.

MICHAEL S. KNOLL Professor of Law, spoke to the Philadelphia Financial Analysts Association in May 2001 about prospects for tax reform and the impact the proposed changes would have if enacted on the economy. In the Fall semester he gave a talk at Income Taxation and Financial Innovation, a conference sponsored by the International Seminar in Public Economics at U.C. Berkeley. He addressed whether employee stock options are tax efficient. Knoll taught Accounting and Finance for Nonfinancial Managers, and Mergers and Acquisitions for Wharton’s Executive Education Program. He served as a member of the Academic Advisory Committee to the Joint Committee on Taxation in connection with its project to produce a detailed study of complexity in the tax law. Knoll co-authored two reports, “The Economic and Policy Implications of Repealing the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax,” and “The Importance of Eliminating the Corporation AMT” published in 2001 by the Tax Foundation.
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