About the Journal
The Pittsburgh Tax Review is a faculty-led, student-edited journal focused broadly on issues relating to tax law and policy. The Pittsburgh Tax Review was founded by a group of dedicated Pitt Law tax students, with the inaugural issue having been published in fall 2003. Each volume of the journal consists of two issues, with each issue now focusing on a theme identified by the faculty editors, who solicit contributions from leading academics and practitioners in the area and sometimes supplement the solicited contributions with an open call for papers relating to the theme. The faculty editors always welcome suggestions of themes for future issues. Suggested themes should be sent by email to the attention of the Chief Faculty Editor at email@example.com
Issues of the Pittsburgh Tax Review are available online to readers worldwide via Open Access through this website as well as through Westlaw, Lexis, and HeinOnline.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content under the terms of a CC-BY-NC-ND license.
Furthermore, we encourage authors to post their pre-publication manuscript in institutional repositories or on their Web sites prior to and during the submission process, and to post the Publisher’s final formatted PDF version after publication. These practices benefit authors with productive exchanges as well as earlier and greater citation of published work.
There are no article processing charges, submissions fees, or any other costs required of authors to submit articles to this journal.