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Staff

Meet a few of the staff members of the Advanced Master's International Tax Law at the Amsterdam Law School of the UvA.

Prof. dr. Sjoerd Douma

‘Our faculty is not only academically excellent but also connected to the practice: private practice, tax authorities, government and the judiciary. Our ambition is to train highly-skilled, good international lawyers who stand out in the market and can make a difference!’

dhr. prof. mr. dr. S.C.W. (Sjoerd) Douma

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid

Belastingrecht

Mr. Vassilis Dafnomilis

‘We make sure that the students stay up-to-date on current developments by organizing technical meetings throughout the year. During these meetings, we discuss topical issues with our students, e.g. the impact of MLI, or EU State aid law or issues related to taxation of digital economy.’

dhr. V. (Vassilis) Dafnomilis

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid

Belastingrecht

Dr. Joanna Wheeler

‘There has never been a more exciting time to study international tax law than now – the topic is firmly on the public agenda and you can see the whole field developing before your eyes just by reading the news.’

mw. dr. J.C. (Joanna) Wheeler

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid

Belastingrecht

Prof. Dr. Dennis Weber

‘Studying international tax law in one of the most relaxed cities in the world: a perfect combination.’

dhr. prof. dr. D.M. (Dennis) Weber

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid

Belastingrecht

Prof. Dr. Stef van Weeghel

‘I am delighted that the longstanding relationship between the UvA and IBFD has resulted in such a promising LLM programme, a programme that takes a holistic and policy-oriented view to taxation and that perfectly fits the current era.’

dhr. prof. dr. S. (Stef) van Weeghel

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid

Belastingrecht

Prof. Dr. Pasquale Pistone

‘The IBFD is very excited about joining forces with the University of Amsterdam to create an LLM with a teaching programme that is based firmly on the research activities of both institutions and offers a combined theoretical and practical analysis of international tax law.’