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Joseph M. Dodge

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LL.B., Harvard University, 1967
LL.M., New York University, 1973
B.A., Harvard University, 1963

Professor Dodge is a leading authority on tax issues, having authored numerous influential articles and several books, including The Logic of Tax (West, 1989), Federal Income Taxation: Doctrine, Structure and Policy (Michie, 1995) (co-author), and Tax Management Portfolios.

Before joining Florida State University College of Law, he held the William H. Francis, Jr. Professor in Law at University of Texas and served as a Visiting Professor at UCLA School of Law and University of Utah College of Law. He is a member of the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel and has been Chair of both the Tax Section and the Donative Transfers Section of the Association of American Law Schools.


  • FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION: DOCTRINE, STRUCTURE AND POLICY ( Lexis-Michie, 3rd ed. 2004; 2nd ed., 1999; Michie-Butterworth, 1995) (with J. Clifton Fleming, Jr. and Deborah A. Geier).
  • FEDERAL ESTATE AND GIFT TAXATION (Casenotes Outline Series, 1993, and 2d ed., Casenotes-Aspen, 2000).
    FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION (Casenotes Outline Series, 1990, and 2d ed., Casenotes-Aspen, 1999).
  • THE LOGIC OF TAX (West, 1989).



Wendy C. Gerzog

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Joseph M. Dodge, Wendy C. Gerzog, Bridget J. Crawford, FEDERAL TAXES ON GRATUITOUS TRANSFERS: LAW AND PLANNING (Aspen, forthcoming April 2011).

Articles and Essays

  • The Price of an FLP Annual Exclusion, 128 Tax Notes 1075 (Sep. 6, 2010).
  • Morgens: More QTIP Mischief, 128 Tax Notes 329 (Jul. 19, 2010).
  • FLP in the Black, 127 Tax Notes 343 (Apr. 19, 2010).
  • Check-the-Box Regs and Gift Tax Discounts, 126 Tax Notes 871 (Feb. 15, 2010).
  • The Times They Are Not A-Changin': Reforming the Charitable Split Interest Rules (Again), 85 Chi-Kent L. Rev. (2010).
  • Linton Family LLC and the Step Transaction Doctrine, 125 Tax Notes 1027 (Nov. 30, 2009).
  • From the Greedy to the Needy, 87 Ore. L. Rev. 1133 (2009).
  • Families for Tax Purposes: What About the Steps?, 42 U. Mich. J. of Law Reform 805 (2009).
  • Miller: Effective FLP Line Drawing, 124 Tax Notes 1273 (Sep. 21, 2009).
  • Negron: Circuits Now Split 2-2, 123 Tax Notes 767 (May 11, 2009).
  • Valuation Discounting Techniques: Terms Gone Awry, 61 Tax Lawyer 775 (2008).



Bridget J. Crawford

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BA, Yale University
JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Professor Bridget J. Crawford teaches Federal Income Taxation; Estate and Gift Taxation; Wills, Trusts and Estates; and Feminist Legal Theory. She joined the Pace Law School faculty in 2003, after more than six years of law practice at Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York. Her practice was concerned with income, estate and gift tax planning for individuals, as well as tax and other advice to closely-held corporations and exempt organizations. The graduating classes of 2005, 2006, and 2007 selected Professor Crawford as the Barbara C. Salken Outstanding Professor of the Year.

Professor Crawford is a former Lecturer in Law and Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Her publications include articles on the income taxation of trusts, tax aspects of asset protection, the tax treatment of marriage and the family, women in legal education, and a feminist critique of pornography. Her present scholarship focuses on issues of gender and tax policy.

Professor Crawford is a member of the American Law Institute and the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.


  •  "The Currency of White Women's Hair in a Down Economy," Rutgers Women's Rights Law Reporter (2011). 
  •  "Taxing Surrogacy," Challenging Gender Inequality in Fiscal Policy Making: Comparative Research on Taxation (forthcoming 2011) (Asa Gunnarsonn et al., eds.). 
  •  "Third-Wave Feminism, Motherhood and the Future of Feminist Legal Theory," Gender, Law and Sexualities, (Routledge, 2011) (Jackie Jones et al., eds.). 
  • "Sticky Copyrights: Discriminatory Tax Restraints on the Transfer of Intellectual Property," 67 Washington and Lee Law Review 25 (2010).
  • "Taxation, Pregnancy and Privacy," 16 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 327 (2010). 
  • "The Third Wave's Break from Feminism," 6 International Journal of Law in Context 100 (2010). 
  •  "Social Factoring the Numbers with Assisted Reproduction," 19 Texas Journal of Women and the Law (2009) (with Lolita Buckner Inniss). Critical Tax Theory: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press 2009) (with Anthony C. Infanti).


  • "Tax Avatars," 2008 Utah Law Review 793 (2008). 
  •  "Toward a Third-Wave Feminist Legal Theory: Young Women, Pornography and the Praxis of Pleasure,"  14 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 99 (2007)  (winner of 2007 Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship).
  •  "The Profits and Penalties of Kinship: Conflicting Meanings of Family in Estate Tax Law," 3 Pittsburgh Tax Review (2005).  
  •  "One Flesh, Two Taxpayers: A New Approach to Marriage and Wealth Transfer Taxation," 6 Florida Tax Review 757 (2004). 
  • "Daughter of Liberty Wedded to Law’: Gender and Legal Education at the University of Pennsylvania Law Department 1870-1900," 6 The Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 131 (2002).