This Article discusses the intersection of civil rights law and income taxation in the three areas listed above: damages for unlawful discrimination, the forgiveness of debt by a predatory lender, and tax-exempt status for private educational and religious institutions. Our purpose is not to attempt an exhaustive examination of the issues in each area but to convey a sense of the range of tax problems that civil rights lawyers may need to confront.
22 Harv. Blackletter L.J. 1-24 (2006)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Cohen, Stephen B. and Sager, Laura, "Why Civil Rights Lawyers Should Study Tax" (2006). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 342.