The European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP) is a professional organization of (tenured, full) professors teaching tax law at universities in Europe. There is a special section on EATLP Membership, but I want to stress that we are an open association. Any person can attend our congresses and, as a matter of fact, many of the persons that are active at our congresses do not have the rank of professor and are not a member.
I trust that you had a pleasant summer break and thought about writing this email to wish you a good start of the academic year.
Those who have attended the GA in June in Vienna, have seen me stepping in as Chairwoman of our association after the supportive vote of the GA during the meeting held on 16 June 2022.
I’m very proud of this new mission, and would like to reassure you that, just like my predecessors, I will do my best to promote our association in conformity with its statutory goals, supporting scientific progress and preserving academic integrity. Moreover, I am committed to encourage the debate among our members and also with the younger generations, helping the latter to pursue their academic career and get ready to meet the future challenges of tax law.
Please consider your Chairwoman always at your service and ready to read your emails with comments and suggestions on any matter related to our association.
Chairwoman of the EATLP -
European Association of Tax Law Professors
Read the Membership rules first, fill in the Membership application form and upload the requested documents.
Please click here for the guidelines related to application for EATLP membership.
Please click here for the standard recommendation letter for candidate members.
We are pleased to inform you that the research grant established by the joint funding initiative of EATLP, IBFD and IFA for Ukraine has been awarded to Mr. Pavlo Selezen from Kyiv, currently tax practitioner and part-time researcher at the State Tax University in Irpin.
Mr. Selezen will be conducting research activities on mutual agreement procedures under tax treaties for a period of up to 12 months, starting on 1 September 2022.
As an expression of solidarity towards the Ukrainian tax community, EATLP, IBFD and IFA are coordinating a funding scheme for the members of that community (doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, professors and other academics, practitioners, judges and tax officials), whose activities have been disrupted by the war in the Ukraine.
We welcome synergies with further funding entities (e.g. tax and law firms, companies, individuals, public organizations, international organisations, charities, funds, etc.) that may be interested in contributing to support this joint initiative of EATLP, IBFD and IFA for the Ukraine. Further information for interested parties may be obtained upon request by contacting Yolanda Arbon: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.