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Introductory Course

The Introductory Course (20 - 22 June) aims to familiarize students and young professionals with the basics of international tax law and to benefit from the knowledge of lecturers with extensive international tax experience. The course will outline the basic concepts of international tax law as well as the fundamental principles of tax treaty law. Furthermore, an overview of special regimes will be given.        


Monday, 20 June 2016


Introduction to and Basic Concepts of International Tax Law

Dr. Marcel Schaper
Assistent Professor of Law,
Maastricht University, the Netherlands

 

 

Tuesday, 21 June 2016


Fundamental Principles of Tax Treaty Law

Prof. Dr. Steffen Lampert
University of Osnabrück, Germany

 

 

 


Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Implementing the OECD BEPS Recommendations in the EU: An Overview

Dr. Matthias Valta
Senior Research Associate,
Heidelberg University, Germany

 

 

Optional Test

The optional test takes place 3 pm -4.30 pm and covers the topics of the Introductory Session.


Advanced Course

The Advanced Course (23, 24 June 2016) intends to give participants an opportunity to gain greater understanding of various issues of international taxation: Academics and Practitioners will discuss various topics from different backgrounds and international perspectives.

 

 

 

 



Thursday, 23 June 2016



Overview of Special Regimes

Prof. Dr. Alexander Rust, LL.M. (NYU)
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria 

 

 


Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy

Dr. Reimar Pinkernell, LL.M.
Flick Gocke Schaumburg, Bonn, Germany






Friday, 24 June 2016


Transfer Pricing in the Post-BEPS Era

Antonio Russo
Baker & McKenzie, Amsterdam N.V., the Netherlands


Taxation of Hybrid Arrangements

Prof. Dr. Bart Peeters
Gent University, Belgium







Who should attend?

Introductory Course: Participants with only basic knowledge of International Tax Law, e.g. young professionals, interns, “Rechtsreferendare”, students

Advanced Course: Professionals with previous knowledge of International Tax Law, e.g. lawyers, consultants, participants of the Introductory Course

Discounts for (previous) participants of our master programs.

Venue

All courses will be held at the "Kettelerscher Hof", Königsstrasse 51-53, 48143 Münster, which is located in the city of Münster close to the main building of the Faculty of Law.

Accommodation

Accommodation is not provided by the organizer. However, our participants are entitled to reduced fees in several hotels in Münster (€ 40 - 138 / single room). You will receive a directory together with your confirmation of enrollment. For further help, please refer to the English-speaking tourist information office in Münster:

Münster Information
Stadthaus 1
Heinrich-Brüning-Str. 9
48143 Münster
www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/
info@stadt-muenster.de
Tel. +49 (0) 251 492-2726
Fax +49 (0) 251 492-7750