Jonathan H. Choi
- Associate Professor of Law
Professor Jonathan H. Choi specializes in tax law, legislation and regulation, and computational analysis of law. He joined the faculty at Minnesota Law in Fall 2020, teaching Taxation I. His work has appeared in the New York University Law Review, the Stanford Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal, among others.
Professor Choi earned his B.A. from Dartmouth College, with a triple major in Computer Science, Economics, and Philosophy, and a J.D. from the Yale Law School, where he was Executive Bluebook Editor of the Yale Law Journal. Before entering the academy, he practiced tax law at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
For more information, download Professor Choi’s curriculum vitae.
- Legal Analysis, Policy Analysis, and the Price of Deference: An Empirical Study of Mayo and Chevron, 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 818 (2021)
- An Empirical Study of Statutory Interpretation in Tax Law, 95 New York University Law Review 363 (2020)
- The Substantive Canons of Tax Law, 72 Stanford Law Review 195 (2020)
- In Defense of the Billable Hour: A Monitoring Theory of Law Firm Fees, 70 South Carolina Law Review 297 (2018)
Tax Commitment Devices, 15 Journal of Business & Securities Law 1 (2014)
- Early Release in International Criminal Law, 123 Yale Law Journal 1784 (2014) (note)