For the Press

Tax Analysts Tax Reform Conference Series Continues Across the United States and Europe

September 20, 2017

The American Bar Foundation (ABF), major universities, accounting and law firms, and Tax Analysts, the nonpartisan multimedia source of in-depth analysis and insightful commentary on tax administration and policy, will continue hosting tax reform panel discussions across the United States and in Europe this fall.

"Tax Reform: Perspectives From Across the Nation" conferences feature leading tax experts from Dean Mead; EY; Eversheds Sutherland; Alston & Bird; PwC; and other major accounting and law firms, universities, and corporations speaking on panels around the United States and Europe. They will examine the need for tax reform, what should be addressed, and the elements of the Trump administration's proposal from a variety of perspectives. The panel discussions offer either CLE or CPE credits and are free to all.

The fall conference series kicks off on September 19 with a panel discussion addressing tax reform and its effects on small businesses at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.

Then, on September 20, the discussion will be on workable solutions for businesses, both domestic and international, at the offices of Alston & Bird in Atlanta.

The series will then travel to the following locations:

  • September 26, University of San Diego School of Law
  • October 11, Boston University School of Law
  • October 25, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
  • November 6, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, London
  • November 9, Bocconi University, Milan

Please visit the Tax Analysts Conference Series webpage for information on additional conferences and registration, or contact Anthony Hebron at or 703-531-4834.

Tax Analysts and ABF economists, historians, and policy experts are available to provide reporters with unbiased and detailed analysis of various tax reform elements.


About the American Bar Foundation

ABF is among the world's leading research institutes for the empirical and interdisciplinary study of law, legal institutions, and legal processes. An independent, nonprofit organization for more than 60 years, ABF's mission is to serve the legal profession, the public, and the academy through empirical research, publications, and programs that advance justice and the understanding of law and its impact on society. ABF's primary funding is provided by the American Bar Endowment and the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation.