Professor James S. Eustice,
NYC Marathon, 1979
Unfortunately, as a result of expected inclement weather, this event will be POSTPONED until Thursday, May 8th at 7:15 AM. We hope you can join us on the new date (when the weather will hopefully be more cooperative). Details are below.
On Thursday, May 8th from 7:15 AM to 8:30 AM, the Graduate Tax Program will host its first James S. Eustice Memorial Fun Run in Hudson River Park.
Professor James S. Eustice was a legendary tax scholar and lawyer, who served on the faculty of NYU School of Law for several decades, most recently as the Gerald L. Wallace Professor of Taxation Emeritus. Professor Eustice passed away in 2011. Professor Eustice’s treatise, Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders, co-authored with Professor Boris Bittker of Yale Law School, has long been viewed as the authoritative work on the subject, and has been widely cited by the Supreme Court and used by tax academics and practitioners regularly. In addition, Professor Eustice was an avid runner and he participated in dozens of marathons.
In honor of the arrival of spring and Professor Eustice, we hope you will join us for a fun, 3-mile run along the Hudson River. The event will be very casual – so please join us whether you run, jog or speedwalk. Members of the tax faculty, including Professors Kamin, Steines, Speck and Blank will participate. Here are the key details:
WHAT: James S. Eustice Memorial Fun Run
WHEN: **NEW DATE** Thursday, May 8th, 7:15 AM – 8:30 AM
WHERE: Please gather along the Hudson River at West 12th Street and West Street. Shortly after 7:15 AM, we will run from this point downtown to Stuyvesant High School and then we will return back uptown to West 12th Street. The total distance is approximately 3 miles. After the run, we will have bagels and light refreshments.
RSVP: Please click here: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8iBEB6mdDQDyuzz .
RAIN POSSIBILITY: Please check your e-mail during the evening of Wednesday, April 30th. If heavy rain is anticipated, we may postpone the event.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Hannah Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org . We hope you can join us!