Expert: Dorothy Brown
Dorothy Brown is known for her work examining the racial implications of federal tax policy. A specialist in federal tax law, critical race theory and corporate tax policy, she has given national broadcast and print interviews on critical race theory and tax reform and has written for national publications in the implications of tax law and policy.
Brown has worked as an adviser to J. Stephen Swift of the U.S. Tax Court, as an associate with Haynes & Miller in Washington, D.C., and as an investment banker at New York’s Drexel, Burnham & Lambert. She also was a special assistant to the Federal Housing Commissioner at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A professor at Emory University School of Law, Brown serves as associate vice provost for academic affairs at the university.
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