International Tax Law Welcomes Yariv Brauner
Yariv brauner has joined the University of Florida Graduate Tax program as an associate professor of law. He will teach primarily in the international tax law area with professors Lawrence Lokken and paul McDaniel.
Brauner comes to UF from Arizona State University College of Law, where he has taught since 2004. prior to that, he taught in the Graduate Tax program at Northwestern, as well as New York University, where he spent three years teaching a variety of courses in the international tax program.
Originally from Israel, brauner went to law school at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he earned an LL.b. degree. After receiving his LL.M. from NYU, brauner joined Ernst & Young’s international law practice in New York. He also holds a J.S.D. degree from NYU School of Law. brauner is the author of several tax articles and focuses his scholarship on the merits of international coordination of tax policies.