About


I am a visiting assistant professor at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. I am currently teaching Federal Income Taxation, Partnership Taxation, Tax Policy, Property, and Environmental Law. I have also previously taught Corporate and Partnership Taxation and Climate Change and the Law.

In my scholarship I use historical research, economic analysis, and tax policy and public finance tools to examine tax structures, environmental and land use regulation, and private governance systems. My articles have been published in the Northwestern University Law Review, the Washington and Lee Law Review, the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, The University of California, Berkeley Ecology Law Quarterly, and the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum.

Before turning to academia, I practiced law for ten years in commercial real estate and affordable housing development, specializing in mixed-use real estate development and sustainable land use planning in Atlanta, Georgia and Denver, Colorado. During this period my clients included Intrawest, the Atlanta Housing Authority, the U.S. Green Building Council - Colorado Chapter, the Center for ReSource Development, and the Boulder Tool Library. I also worked for four years as a social entrepreneur with the Atlanta Legal Aid Society and Georgia Legal Services Program, developing technology projects to expand access to legal services and legal information throughout Georgia, including GeorgiaLegalAid.org and GeorgiaAdvocates.org.

I received my LL.M. in Taxation from New York University, my J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School, and my A.B. from Harvard University.

The goals of this blog are (1) to share research on tax and the environment, (2) to share tools that make teaching and learning easier, and (3) to promote systems-thinking.

Enjoy!

Tracey Roberts

1 comment:

  1. it have wonderful and ideal article between currently teaching Federal Income Taxation, Partnership Taxation, Tax Policy, Property, and Environmental Law.





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