William D. Andrews
Eli Goldston Professor of Law, Emeritus
William D. Andrews is the Eli Goldston Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School. His research interests include taxation in general and taxation of income from partnerships and corporation transactions. After first being appointed lecturer on law in 1961, he became an assistant professor of law in 1963 and a professor of law in 1965. He has held the position of Eli Goldston Professor of Law since 1984. Representative article publications include Inside Basis Adjustments and Hot Asset Exchanges in Partnership Distribution, 47 Tax Law Review 3 (1991), and A Consumption-Type or Cash-Flow Personal Income Tax, 87 Harvard Law Review, 1113 (1974).