Young IFA Network Moot Court – Madrid, September 28, 2016
Expressions of Interest due June 15, 2016
members of the Young IFA Network are invited to submit an expression of
interest as a moot court speaker at the YIN Moot Court during the 70th
Congress of the International Fiscal Association in Madrid, Spain.
YIN at IFA
recent Congresses in Amsterdam, Kyoto, Brussels, Vancouver, Rome, Paris,
Boston, Copenhagen, Mumbai and Basel, the Young IFA Network (YIN) organised a
YIN Moot Court Format
Moot Court will be held at the Conference Venue on Wednesday, September 28,
2016 from 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm. An acting Tax Judge (Allison Christians,
Canada) will preside over a hypothetical tax case relating to digital
services to be argued by young tax academics or professionals, one side
representing the Tax Authorities and the other side representing the
Taxpayer. At the end of the arguments, the acting Tax Judge will render her
judgment on the tax case. The fact pattern for the case, the legal issues
involved, and a summary of the case will be made available to the delegates
before the start of the Moot Court.
Expression of Interest for Speakers at the Moot Court
members that are interested in being one of the speakers at the Moot Court
are asked to express their interest to Sanjay Iyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or
before June 15, 2016 along with a brief profile/CV that shall assist the
Committee in the selection of the speaker.
1. YIN Member of an IFA branch
2. 40 years of age or below
3. Registered for the 2016 Congress in Madrid, Spain.
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Call for expressions of interest: Moot court on international taxation of digital services
I will be presiding over a moot at the annual conference of the International Fiscal Association this fall in Madrid. The topic as described below is vague, but suffice to say that recent news stories are driving (ahem) the topic forward. The moot is now open to expressions of interest by prospective participants who meet the eligibility requirements described below. Here is the info: