How to Contribute


Contributions to the Tax at Osgoode Hall Law School blog are welcomed and encouraged! We seek contribution and comment from a variety of sources; from academics, to practitioners, to students-at-law.

Generally, the type of contribution we are looking for is commentary on, or reaction to, a case, decision, news story, or legal development with respect to tax law. Comment only need be a few sentences or a paragraph.

However, we do also encourage original content submissions on a case-by-case basis.

To become a contributor for the Tax at Osgoode Hall Law School blog we require the following:


Step #1:

Email Professor Scott Wilkie -


Email Corey LeBlanc -

with the subject line: Contribution to Tax at Osgoode Hall Law School - *your name*


Step #2:

Format your email in the following way, and in the following order:

  • Your preferred email address
  • Your preferred full-name
  • A web-link to the content you are seeking to submit commentary about OR a web-link to your original content
  • Your commentary included in the body of the email
  • A short personal bio (anything you may think is relevant ie. education, professional background, etc.)


Step #3:

Once you are registered as a contributor, an email will be sent to you to confirm, and you will be added to our contributors page. Please note that we do reserve the right to make editorial decisions regarding any and all contributions.


Thank you, and we look forward to reading your contributions!