COLUMBIA LAW R***E PRESENTS: THE SHOW FORMERLY KNOWN AS §
Brought to you in a somewhat brand new, still groundbreaking, only-seen-once-before format, join us for a night of drinking in your bedroom as we all sob in solidarity about what law school should've been.
Columbia Law R***e is always 100% student written, directed, produced, and performed! The shows will take place on Thursday, March 25th and Friday, March 26th at 8:30PM.
Tickets are pay what you can, minimum $1, to @ColumbiaLawR***e on Venmo. If you pay more than $5 you'll get a $10 Grubhub gift card while supplies last.
If you're a CLS student and you want a gift card, please use the following format:
"Name, UNI, Preferred Email, Preferred Night" (separated by commas).
For example: "Jerome Greene, jg1234, [email protected], Thursday"
If you do not want a gift card or you're paying for/are non-CLS, no need to include a UNI but please include your name, an email we can send the show link to, and the night you'd prefer to see.
This event is sponsored in part by the Student Senate with funds from the Student Activity Fee.
Per IRS regulations, gift cards are taxable to the recipient and must be reported as income to the IRS. In addition, because the IRS considers them to be cash equivalents, there is no de minimis value (see 2018 IRS Publication 15-B De minimis (Minimal Benefit). All cash and cash equivalents must be reported on a tax return. If one individual receives $600 or more in non-payroll payments in a calendar year (ie. gift cards, honorarium, prizes, etc.), Columbia University is required to report those payments to the federal government on either a Form1099 or Form 1042s.