Pittsburgh Tax Review

Welcome to the online home of the Pittsburgh Tax Review (PTR)!

Volume 16 Issue 1 is now available and includes:


  • Stephen J. Pieklik, Nathan S. Catanese, and Cory C. Omasta, Deducting Success: Congressional Policy Goals and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 
  • Melissa L. Dougherty, Better Late Than Never: Allocating to Partially GST-Exempt Trusts after The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 
  • Michael Bauer, Protecting the (Tax) Base: Anti-base Erosion Provisions in the TCJA
  • Leo N. Hitt, Rethinking the Obvious: Choice of Entity after TCJA 


Included in Volume 16 Issue 2 (Spring 2019) will be:

Symposium on Feminist Judgments

  • Multiple Authors, Rewritten Tax Opinions 

Student Notes:

  • Jake Balogh, Holistic Tax Reform: Procedure, the Missing Companion to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s Substantive Law Focus
  • Javon Henry, Low Income Housing Tax Credits and The Dangers of Privatization
  • Jared Quinn, Congress Should Have an Interest in This Interest


We are accepting submissions for Volume 17 Issue 1. For more information please see: https://www.thefacultylounge.org/2019/03/pittsburgh-tax-review-cfp-greeen-tax-solutions.html 


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