About the Author

AuthorMichael Hatfield
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About the Author
Michael Hatfield is a Professor of Law at University of Washington School
of La w. Previously he was a Professor of Law at Texas Tech University
where he served as the Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Researc h
and held the Glenn D. West Re search P rofessorship. Michael has served a s a
Visiting Professor of Law a t the University of Washington School of Law
and at the Seattle University School of Law, and worked as an associate at
Debevoise & Plimpton in New York, New York and at Simpson, Thacher
& Ba rtlett in New York, New York. From 201 0-2012, Micha el served as
the Glenn D. West Research Professor at Texas Tech University. In 2010 ,
he wa s awarded the Texas Tech University Presi dent's Excellence in
Teaching Award, a nd in 2006 , 2008, 2 009, 2011, and 2012 he was named
the O utstanding Professor of the Year. In 2007 he was awarded the Texas
Tech University Alumni Associa tion New Faculty Award. He teaches
courses in taxation, ethics, and trusts and estates. His resea rch has been
published in the Fl orida Tax Review, the Northwestern Law Review
Colloquy, the NYU Annual Survey of American Law, the Baylor Law
Review, the Notre Dame Journal of Ethics and Public Policy, the Lewis &
Clark Law Review, the Texas Tech Law Review , Tax Notes and the Johns
Hopkins Unive rsity Press. With Ba ylor Law School Mills Cox Professor of
Law Thomas M. Featherston, Jr. he co-aut hored Q&A: Wills, Trusts and
Estates (2nd. ed., 2008).

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