Biography

Publications

Teaching

Professor  Yoram Margalioth

Curriculum Vitae
Education
New York University School of Law
J.S.D. Degree awarded in January 1997 Thesis: Adjusting the U.S. Tax Code for Inflation Advisor: Professor Daniel Shaviro Advisory Board: Professor Stanley Siegel, Professor Lewis Kornhauser
New York University School of Law
LL.M in Taxation. Degree awarded in May 1995
Hebrew University School of Law
LL.M Degree awarded in July 1994 Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Hebrew University School of Law
LL.B Degree awarded in January 1991.
Experience
ACADEMIC AND LEGAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Since Oct. 2003
Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, Full Professor (June 2011-present) Associate Professor (2007-2011) Senior Lecturer (2003-2007) (teaching: Taxation; Tax Policy; Tax, Welfare and Economic Growth; and Micro-business and Economic Justice Clinical Program).
Sept. 2012
National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law, Visiting Professor (teaching: intensive course in International Taxation).
Feb. 2010
University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Visiting Professor (teaching: intensive course in Tax Policy).
Aug. 2008-July 2009
NYU School of Law, Visiting Professor (teaching: Taxation of Property Transactions; US Federal Income Taxation; Tax Policy).
June-July 2007
Prato, Italy, Visiting Professor (teaching an International course in Tax Policy).
Sept.-Oct. 2005
Northwestern University School of Law, Visiting Professor (teaching: Tax Policy Seminar).
June 2002-Sept. 2003
Harvard Law School, International Tax Program, Deputy Director (teaching: Tax and Development Seminar).
2003
Short Term Consultant to the World Bank,
Sept. 2001-June 2002
NYU School of Law, Visiting Researcher.
Sept.1997-Sept. 2001
The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Radzyner School of Law, Lecturer and Senior Lecturer (teaching: Taxation, Tax Policy, VAT, Social Policy).
1997-2001
Adjunct Professor, Hebrew University School of Law (teaching: International Tax Policy, Social Policy).
1997-1999
Tax Counsel, Shiboleth, Yisareli, Roberts and Zisman Law Firm.
1992-1994
Attorney, Fiscal Department, State General Attorney Office, Israel Ministry of Justice.
Feb. 1991-Feb. 1992
Law Clerk to Justice Shoshana Nethanyahu, The Supreme Court of Israel.
 
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
Won the first prize in tax policy writing contest held by the American Journal of Tax Policy. 1997.
Received the Hebrew University Outstanding Teacher Citations (Martze Mitstayen) in each of the four years 1997-2001.
Received Tel Aviv University Rector’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching. 2012.