In each issue, JATA publishes reviews of textbooks and other books of interest to tax scholars. All book reviews are solicited by the Associate Editor. However, if you know of a book that you would like reviewed, or if you are interested in reviewing a book, please contact the Associate Editor.

The Associate Editor is:

Jay A. Soled

Department of Accounting and Information Systems

Rutgers University

1 Washington Park

Newark, New Jersey 07102

Phone: (973) 353-1727

Fax: (973) 375-1283

Email: jaysoled@andromeda.rutgers.edu

DANIEL M. BERMAN and VICTORIA J. HANEMAN, Making Tax Law (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2014, 1–267, $40).

Making Tax Law is a special guide to activities and terminology in the nation's capital with insights and case stories for tax professors and researchers alike. Insider guides to Washington, DC typically cover attractions, arts, restaurants, entertainment, accommodations, children's activities, shopping, and more. Daniel Berman and Victoria Haneman, however, give a...

You do not currently have access to this content.