Conferences, workshops and events of interest

DSC_6073This is a listing of past and upcoming conferences, workshops and events we are either interested in and/or participating.

2020 Events 

For current events, please e-mail May Hen-Smith ( or Guy Mulley ( to be added to mailing list

2019 Events 

For current events, please e-mail May or Guy to be added to mailing list

2018 Events

26 April, 2018: “Spiders Web” documentary film viewing, talk and wine reception with producers and professor Jason Sharman in Jesus College Brewery (underneath Roost Cafe), 5:30pm – 8:00pm

20 April, 2018: Third Annual Tax Policy Conference, Christ’s College, organized by the Cambridge Centre for Tax Law

13 March, 2018: Visit to the Treasury to the Office of Tax Simplification

2 March, 2018: Formal dinner at Jesus College

13 February, 2018: The Paradise Papers: Tax Havens and Offshore Finance in Criminology Department

2017 Events

6 February, 2017: Women in Tax are hosting a speaker series evening at Pinsent Mason’s London office with Rt Hon Dame Margaret Hodge MP to discuss her new book Called to Account. Event link here.

31 January, 2017: University of Birmingham, The Centre for Tax Governance’s third annual conference. Taxation without borders schedule Jan 2017

2016 Events

29 November, 2016 (3:00 – 5:00 p.m.):  Travers Smith presentation on Taxation and Brexit, Cambridge Law Faculty, S19 (Freshfields room on second floor)

28-29 April, 2016: City University, London, Corruption and the role of tax havens

21-22 April, 2016: University of Exeter, Tax Administration Research Centre (TARC) Annual Workshop

12 April, 2016: University of Ferrara and Consorzio Università di Rovigo, Italy, Taxation in the digital age: the Bitcoin case and other cryptocurrencies

14, March, 2016: Manchester Business School, Ethnography and new money workshop

10 March 2016: Centre for Tax Governance, University of Birmingham, ‘ Tax as a Social and Political Institution

8 March 2016: Good UK citizen, good global citizen? The role of the UK government in shaping a responsible global tax system

24 February 2016: All-party Parliamentary Group on Responsible Tax


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