The Summer School website is here.
It is being held in the week following our TRN annual conference in Birmingham. (If you’ve not already registered for Birmingham you can do so here.)
The Summer School is organised by the University of Zagreb(Faculty of Law) and the University of Dubrovnik.
“This programme comprises a week of intensive work on scientific and practical topics, provided by professors, experienced research associates and experienced practitioners, covering the practice of important global and supranational taxation measures, critical analysis of their impacts and adjustment of cross-border tax activities.”
“The programme is aimed at tax advisors and professionals from corporations, accounting companies and tax administrations, young practitioners and academics.”
The programme includes at least two members of the TRN members of the TRN including Prof. Marco Greggi (Ferrara) and Dr Dominic de Cogan (Cambridge).
“The courses consist of dynamic lectures and afternoon interactive workshops held by leading academics, tax advisors and top managers, in order to achieve a comprehensive insight on such a complex topic. Experienced tax practitioners will bring tax theory to life in lectures and workshops, encouraging participants to discuss and analyse case studies. Postgraduate students will be given the opportunity to present their work on the topics of reference.”
The website states that applications close on 20 July, but I understand that they will remain open until the end of the month.