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A Judicial Perspective On UK Tax Tribunals

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Dr Julian Ghosh QC will be discussing Judicial Perspectives, drawing on his experience as a tax tribunal judge.

Julian Ghosh is an eminent tax barrister, having been called to the English Bar in 1993 and the Scottish Bar in 1999. He is a Judge of the First-Tier Tax Tribunal and a Deputy Judge of the Upper-Tier Tax Tribunal. Dr Ghosh, who was a law undergraduate at Edinburgh University and a postgraduate at the University of Oxford,¬†also has¬†academic responsibilities at the University of Cambridge, as a Bye-Fellow of Peterhouse College and he is a Visiting Professor at King’s College London.

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

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