Event Overview

The Tax Law Commission is very proud to present the third subsequent AIJA Annual Tax Conference, to be held in the wonderful city of Amsterdam. The Annual Tax Conference is a 100% tax event, focused on the interests of Young Tax Lawyers. The purpose of the Annual Tax Conference is to bring you fully up to date with the latest developments in a wide scope of international tax matters and in participant’s countries. The Tax Law Commission, in joint cooperation with the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation ("IBFD") is very pleased to welcome you on the 26th of February 2010 at the IBFD premises for a challenging program with reputable speakers from the scientific, governmental and practitioners world. The academic program on Friday will be set up with all resources of the IBFD and ITA, covering important developments in the OECD Model Treaty and European developments in a common tax base and VAT as well. Apart from that, the Annual Tax Conference will continue to be a platform for discussions between participants and for presentations of the latest developments of participant’s countries, and provides the occasion to catch up with your international colleagues in an informal atmosphere. The social program around this Annual Tax Conference will meet all AIJA standards, with cocktails, dinners and sightseeing. The full brochure will be e-mailed to you very soon, and from that moment registration is open. For more information, please contact Diane Nijkamp at dn@bradakuttner.com or Wiebe de Vries at vriesw@van-doorne.com. Put the date of 26-27 February 2010 in your diary now!... and did you know that Amsterdam is a perfect hub to fly into the Alpes for a ski trip? If you are a tax lawyer, make sure that you register as soon as possible, and please invite your tax law college friends and colleagues. If you aren’t a tax lawyer, feel free to forward this invitation to your tax colleagues within or outside your firm. Note that we have to limit the number of participants, and therefore early subscription is advised and will guarantee attendance. We may have to disappoint late subscribers. Organizers: Diane Nijkamp, Wiebe de Vries, Michiel Groenland
AIJA Commissions involved
  • Tax Law

Fees & General Info

There are currently no registration fees available.

General terms and conditions

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If you are a lawyer under 35 years old and meet the requirements, apply to our Scholarship Programme for this event. You can check more details here.

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