Professor of Law, Loyola University Chicago

Professor Brunson joined the Loyola faculty in 2009. His research focuses on the ways the federal income tax affects discrete groups of taxpayers, with special focuses on investors and families. In addition, Professor Brunson researches and writes about issues with the administration of the tax law. His articles have been published in a variety of law reviews, including the Northwestern University Law Review, the Wake Forest Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the Alabama Law Review, and the Florida Tax Review.

Prior to joining the Loyola faculty, Professor Brunson practiced law with Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and clerked for the Honorable George W. Miller on the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Professor Brunson teaches Federal Income Tax and International Tax. He received his law degree in 2004 from the Columbia University School of Law, where he was a Senior Editor of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar for all three years. He also was an Editor of the Columbia Journal of European Law.

Experience

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    Professor of Law, Loyola University Chicago