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Emily Cauble

  • ecauble@depaul.edu
  • Associate Professor of Law
  • Full-time
  • (312) 362-5948
  • 704 Lewis Center

Emily Cauble joined DePaul University College of Law in 2012 after teaching at Michigan State University College of Law. Prior to teaching at Michigan State, Professor Cauble was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Illinois College of Law.

Her research focuses on tax policy, business taxation and tax planning. At DePaul, she has taught federal income tax and policy, international taxation, corporate taxation, a tax policy seminar and contracts.

Professor Cauble received her BBA, summa cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame and her JD, summa cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School. After graduating from law school, she practiced in the tax transactions group at Mayer Brown in Chicago for three years. Prior to attending law school, Professor Cauble worked as a research assistant at the board of governors of the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C.

Education

BBA, University of Notre Dame; JD, University of Michigan Law School

Area of Expertise

Tax Law

Courses Taught

  • Contracts
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Federal Income Tax and Policy
  • International Taxation
  • Tax Policy Seminar

Publications

  • Articles
  • Miscellaneous

Articles

2015 Safe Harbors in Tax Law, 47 Conn. L. Rev. ____ (forthcoming 2015) string;#Click Here
2015 Detrimental Reliance on IRS Guidance, 2015 Wis. L. Rev. ____ (forthcoming 2015) string;#Click Here
2015 Taxing Publicly Traded Entities, 6 Colum. J. Tax L. _____ (forthcoming 2015) string;#Click Here
2014 Redefining Qualifying Income for Publicly Traded Partnerships, 145 Tax Notes 107 (2014) string;#Click Here
2014 With Gregg D. Polsky, The Problem of Abusive Related-Partner Allocations, 16 Fla. Tax Rev. 475 (2014) string;#Click Here
2013 Was Blackstone's Initial Public Offering Too Good to Be True?: A Case Study in Closing Loopholes in the Partnership Tax Allocation Rules 14 Fla. Tax Rev. 153 (2013) string;#Click Here
2013 Tax Elections: How To Live With Them If We Can’t Live Without Them, 53 Santa Clara L. Rev. 421 (2013) string;#Click Here
2012 Rethinking the Timing of Tax Decisions: Does a Taxpayer Ever Deserve a Second Chance?, 61 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1013 (2012) string;#Click Here
2011 Making Partnerships Work for Mom and Pop and Everyone Else, 2 Colum. J. Tax L. 247 (2011) string;#Click Here
2010 Harvard, Hedge Funds, and Tax Havens: Reforming the Tax Treatment of Investment Income Earned by Tax-Exempt Entities, 29 Va. Tax Rev. 695 (2010) string;#Click Here

Miscellaneous

2010 Cancellation of Indebtedness Income and Tax-Exempt Entities, 127 Tax Notes 1381 (2010) string;#Click Here