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Professor David Gamage publishes forthcoming article on Sixteenth Amendment

Professor David Gamage has published an article in a forthcoming issue of the Washington University Law Review. Gamage’s article, “The Original Meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment,” he argues that according to the original meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment, current approaches to constitutional tax questions are wrong. He says focus of the Sixteenth Amendment and of the Congressional income tax power…

Faculty Spotlight — Meet David Gamage

It’s been said that nothing in this life is certain except death and taxes — but for Mizzou Law’s newest professor, the legal implications of taxation are a fascinating “puzzle” that bridges the gap between the government and the people. David Gamage has always been interested in the worlds of academia, law and economic policy. He began his academic career…

Professor David Gamage Publishes Article in California Law Review

David Gamage, the Law School Foundation Distinguished Professor of Law, has had a forthcoming article accepted for publication in the California Law Review. The article, “Money Moves: Taxing the Wealthy at the State Level,” relates to Professor Gamage’s work on state-level tax reforms for which he testified recently in front of the Vermont House Committee of Ways and Means. His…

David Gamage in the News

David Gamage, the Law School Foundation Distinguished Professor of Law at Mizzou Law, is a national leader in tax law and health law policy. He has appeared in dozens of media outlets in recent years as an expert in these areas. Here are some of his recent media appearances. 2023: Research profiled “Moore v. United States and the Original Meaning of Income,”…

Prof. David Gamage to Testify before Vermont House Committee

Professor David Gamage, the Law School Foundation Distinguished Professor of Tax Law and Policy, will testify via Zoom on Jan. 31 before the Vermont House Committee of Ways and Means on a tax reform proposal that he and coauthors Brian Galle and Darien Shanske designed. The New York Times wrote about this proposed Vermont “wealth tax” reform earlier in January:…

Professor David Gamage Joins Mizzou Law Faculty

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are excited to announce Professor David Gamage has joined Mizzou Law, starting this January as the Law School Foundation Distinguished Professor of Tax Law & Policy. Professor Gamage joins Mizzou Law from Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law, where he held the William W. Oliver Chair in Tax Law. Professor Gamage’s…