He also formed and runs a U.S. non-profit that provides support including housing, education, and medical care for homeless children in India. www.ramanas.org .
The Case for Constitutional Discrimination in Taxation of Out-of-State Municipal Bonds, 76 Boston University Law Review 737 (1996).
In Department of Revenue of Kentucky v. Davis, 553 U.S. 328 (2008), the Supreme Court reached the result advocated for in this article, published while Mr. Attaway was in law school. The Court held that a state constitutionally may tax investor income from municipal bonds issued by other states while declining to tax investor income from its own municipal bonds. The article was cited in the amicus brief filed by forty-nine states, and the Attorney General for the lead state wrote Mr. Attaway that it had helped substantially in developing the constitutional legal theories on which the states prevailed in the Supreme Court.
Law Clerk, Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit, 1998-1999
Law Clerk, Judge Catherine C. Blake, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland, 1997-1998