About Me

I am a tax law professor at McGill University in Montreal, where I teach and write about national and international tax law and policy. I taught previously at the University of Wisconsin Law School and at Northwestern University School of Law, and have guest lectured here and there over the years. Before entering academia, I practiced mostly transactional tax law in New York.  My current research interests include the intersection of taxation and human rights, the role of non-state actors and institutions in influencing global tax policy norms, the impact of global tax policy norms on less-developed countries, the use of taxation for regulatory purposes, and the impact of US tax and financial reporting rules on individuals living outside the United States. I think tax law is a fascinating social phenomenon.

You can read my scholarship on SSRN and follow me on twitter @taxpolblog