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Collision of student loan debt and joint marital taxation
Students presently graduating from college represent perhaps the most indebted generation of young adults in the history of the United States, which may be attributed to the fact that interest-bearing debt plays a primary ...
Timely proposal to eliminate the student loan interest deduction
Although increasing access to higher education has been a priority of the federal government for more than half a century, the government has largely shifted the way in which it offers assistance over the last two decades ...
Inappropriate imposition of court-ordered mediation in will contests
Following the successful implementation of court-ordered mediation programs in divorce and family law cases, similar programs are being adopted to mandate the use of mediation in other areas of litigation. Complex emotional ...
Bridging the justice gap with a (purposeful) restructuring of small claims court
Legal services are so expensive that low- and middle-income individuals with access to technology and some education will frequently try to navigate the court system on their own. Accepting (as some of us have) that neither ...
Marriage, millennials, and massive student loan debt
Dating apps, contraception, abortion, medical advances that allow the delay of childbearing, changes in female pay, and crippling student loan debt are all factors that may weigh upon the Millennial trend of cohabitation ...
Incorporation of outcome-based learning approaches into the design of (incentive) trusts
This Essay is based on a panel discussion at Asset Protection and Trust Innovations: South Dakota’s Role in Paving the Way for Innovations Nationwide, organized by University of South Dakota School of Law. The largest ...
Making tax law
(Carolina Academic Press, 2014)
This book explores the process of making U.S. tax law and examines the ways in which considerations of tax policy, tax politics, and tax administration intersect and contribute to the development of law through the legislative ...
Creighton Lawyer Fall 2018
A commitment to civil rights