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Tax, the Constitution and Public Law

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Dr de Cogan will address some topical aspects of and suggest some new perspectives on the constitutional relationship between tax and the State. His talk will range from domestic issues, such as devolution in the United Kingdom, to international concerns, such as the taxation of multi-national corporations. Dr de Cogan will also be explaining his current work about the relationship between tax and public law.

Dr Dominic de Cogan is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law and a Fellow of Christ’s College at the University of Cambridge, where is also the Deputy Director of the Centre for Tax Law. In addition to these roles, Dr de Cogan is Deputy UK Representative at the European Association of Tax Law Professors, Vice-President of the Tax Research Network, a member of the Tax Law Review Committee and a founding member of the Centre for Tax Governance. He is also an accomplished musician. It is convenient to summarise Dr de Cogan’s research interests as focussing on the interaction of tax law and government, but his research and his teaching cover areas such as Equity, Administrative Law, the Law of Succession and Constitutional Law. His recent books include “Tax Law, State Building and the Constitution” and, in collaborative editorship with Dr John Snape, “Landmark Cases In Revenue Law”; and, together with Professor Peter Harris, he edits the Studies in the History of Tax Law series.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group series.

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