Chodorow and his undergraduate students, who were from Australia and Israel, studied tax-policy issues and discussed tax laws in various countries, comparing them in terms of fairness, efficiency and complexity. The summer courses offered by Monash, a Melbourne, Australia,-based public university, are a "wonderful opportunity" for ASU law students, he said.
"It's something I would highly recommend to our students because of the chance to take a course from a foreign instructor and the interaction with foreign students who have an entirely different perspective on many of the common issues we face," Chodorow said. "In addition, many of the students are studying law with no intention of being lawyers. As a result, they approach the material differently."
Chodorow’s research and teaching interests lie in tax, administrative and regulatory law. He teaches a variety of tax courses, as well as Law and the Regulatory State. His research focuses on religious taxation and a variety of contemporary tax issues, such as the taxability of virtual income.
Chodorow is Vice Chair for Planning for the Teaching Tax Committee of the ABA’s Tax Section and on the Council of the Tax Section of the State Bar of Arizona. He also is a member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Tannenwald Writing Competition and a member of the Professional Editorial Board for Jurimetrics , the ABA’s Section of Science and Technology Law’s journal.