Special Issue Article
Professor Brooks argues that tax law scholarship should be more relevan4 problem-oriented, and interdisciplinary. He suggests not only that a commitment to the university enterprise demands such scholarship, but also that its production is essential in ensuring that law students are educated in a milieu that provides them with an intellectual base for life-long critical reflectiveness about legal institutions, the profession, and their own work.
"Future Directions in Canadian Tax Law Scholarship."
Osgoode Hall Law Journal