Law, Law School
ULS School of Law 213
Prior to joining the USD law faculty as an Assistant Professor, Professor Madison served as a visiting professor at University of Wyoming College of Law for the 2011-2012 academic year, University of Idaho College of Law for the 2010-2011 academic year, and in the Anglo-American Law Program at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain for the 2009-2010 academic year. He has also taught at the Georgetown University Law Center. Before academia, Professor Madison practiced law with a focus on taxation for ten years. After clerking at the U.S. Tax Court, he represented large manufacturing clients for the tax group of Fenwick & West and later served in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel National Office. He also worked in-house at Dow Chemical as an attorney on tax matters.
Federal taxation and business law.
Taxation, statutory interpretation, logic, and the intersection of all three.
- BA, Psychology, Michigan State University College of Social Science,
- BA, Marketing, Michigan State University Collge of Business,
- JD, Law, Hofstra University School of Law,
- LLM, Taxation and Securities Regulation, Georgetown University Law Center,
- MBA, Business, Michigan State University Broad Graduate School of Management,
- Madison, A., (2011), Rationalizing Tax Law by Breaking the Addiction to Economic Substance, Idaho Law Review, vol. 47, pp. 441-477.
- Madison, A., (2003), The Tension Between Textualism and Substance-Over-Form Doctrine in Tax Law, Santa Clara Law Review, vol. 43, pp. 699-750.
- Madison, A., (2001), An Analysis of the IRS's Voluntary Disclosure Policy, The Tax Lawyer, vol. 54, iss. 4, pp. 729-752.
- Madison, A., (1999), Derivatives Regulation in the Context of the Shingle Theory, Columbia Business Law Review , vol. 1999, pp. 271-328.
- Madison, A., (1998), The Uncopyrightability of Jokes, San Diego Law Review, vol. 35, pp. 111-134.
- Madison, A., (1997), The Context of Employment Discrimination in Japan, University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, vol. 74, pp. 187-209.