Faculty Profiles

Jason Oh

Jason Oh

Professor of Law
B.A., Harvard University, 2004
J.D., Harvard Law School, 2007
UCLA Faculty since 2012


Are Progressive Tax Rates Progressive Policy, 92 NYU Law Review 1909 (2017). Full Text
Will Tax Reform Be Stable?, 165 Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Review 1159 (2017). Full Text
Quantifying Legislative Uncertainty: A Case Study in Tax Policy (with Christopher Tausanovitch), 69 Tax Law Review 485 (2016). Full Text
The Pivotal Politics of Temporary Legislation, 100 Iowa Law Review 1055 (2015). Full Text
Diagnosing Gridlock: A Response to Professor Doran, 67 Tax Law Review 627 (2014).
The Social Cost of Fundamental Tax Reform, 66 Tax Law Review 63 (2012-2013).
A Study of Density of States and Ground States in Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Protein Folding Models by Equi-Energy Sampling (with S. C. Samuel Kou and Wing Hung Wong), 124 Journal of Chemical Physics 244903 (2006).


How will the taxation of Individuals Change Under Trump? (with Chris Tausanovitch), 154(9) Tax Notes 1123 (2017).