Dr. Rifat Azam
I am an Associate Professor of Law at Harry Radzyner School of Law, IDC Herzliya. I research and teach in the field of tax law and international taxation of the digital economy. I consult and represent leading firms in their tax structures, issues and deals.
I earned my doctorate in law (LL.D) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2006) on international taxation of e-commerce. I concluded my post doctoral with my great professor Reuvin Avi Yonah at the University of Michigan School of Law (2007). I learned the basics of international taxation from my wonderful professor Diane Ring at Harvard Law School (2004).
I am tenured at Harry Radzyner School of law where I develope my career and enjoy my work since 2009. I visited Columbia Law School (2015-6), Wash. U. School of Law (2016-7), NSU Florida (2016-7) and taught e-commerce taxation course and a seminar on the role of courts in democracy. In the years 1997-2007 I served as legal assistant to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, Prof. Aharon Barak.