David is a Departmental Lecturer in Taxation Law. He read Jurisprudence (with Law Studies in Europe) at Christ Church, Oxford, and studied abroad at the University of Leiden before completing the BCL with an emphasis on tax law.
His interests cover a wide range of topics within tax law and policy, particularly evaluating the fundamental principles of both the domestic and international tax systems. He is currently focused on statutory responses to tax avoidance and the interaction between the UK’s General Anti-Abuse Rule, the GAAR Advisory Panel and the judiciary.
Taxation, Tax Avoidance, Tax Policy