A Guide to Drafting and Interpreting Transfer Pricing Legislation: Lessons from Australia and New Zealand
Date and Time: Tuesday, March 27, 12:00-1:30 pm
Location: Law complex (765 Commonwealth Ave), Barrister’s Hall (First Floor)
Speaker: Dr. Amir Pichhadze, Lecturer, Deakin Law School
About the Speaker: Dr. Amir Pichhadze’s teaching and research interests are currently focused on selected topics in tax law as well as contractual and statutory interpretation. Amir obtained an LL.B. and LL.M. (Taxation) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), after which he clerked at the Tax Court of Canada. He then obtained an LL.M. in International Tax as well as an S.J.D., both from the University of Michigan Law School. His research has been presented in numerous academic and professional conferences around the world; has been published in numerous peer-reviewed and peer-edited journals; and, was awarded second prize at the 2013 Annual Law Student Essay Competition of the American Judges Association. Amir also received research appointments at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, as a Visiting Scholar, and at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law (at WU), as a Senior Visiting Research Fellow.