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Neil H. Buchanan

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Neil H. Buchanan, a legal scholar and an economist, is Associate Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School. In 2009-10, he is also a Visiting Scholar at the Cornell University Law School. His scholarly articles and essays have appeared in various leading law journals, tax journals, economics journals, and edited volumes. He is currently working on a book project, What Do We Owe Future Generations?, which examines public policy choices in light of current generations' obligations to today's young people and to those who will be born in the decades and centuries to come.

Professor Buchanan is a graduate of Vassar College, the University of Michigan Law School, and Harvard University's Economics Ph.D. program. He served as a law clerk to Judge Robert H. Henry of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Oklahoma City from 2002-2003. He has taught in the economics departments of a number of colleges and universities, most recently at Michigan while studying for his J.D. degree. His first position on a law faculty was at Rutgers University (Newark), followed by a year as a visiting professor at NYU School of Law before joining the law faculty at GW in 2007. He also contributes regularly to the blog Dorf on Law, which was founded by fellow FindLaw columnist and Cornell law professor Michael C. Dorf.

Buchanan's FindLaw legal commentary colums can be found here.

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