Pitt Law's Anthony Infanti Elected As Fellow Of The American College Of Tax Counsel
Pitt Law Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law Anthony C. Infanti has been elected a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, a professional association of tax attorneys. Fellows must be nominated by their peers for this honor, satisfy the established criteria, and pass a rigorous screening process. Formed in 1981, membership in the American College of Tax Counsel is limited to a maximum of 700 tax attorneys across the United States. The College’s members, called “Fellows,” are tax lawyers working in private law firms and in-house legal departments, teaching tax in law schools, or working in federal or state revenue agencies. Fellows are recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law.
In addition to this honor, Professor Infanti most recently published Controversies in Tax Law, A Matter of Perspective (Ashgate, 2015), which partly interrogates the question of whether tax policy debates should be grounded in economics or in critical race, feminist, queer, and other outsider perspectives. Infanti also recently provided commentary for WalletHub, and is known for his previous book, Everyday Law for Gays and Lesbians (and Those Who Care About Them) (Paradigm Publishers, 2008).