Next week the McGill Faculty of Law will be hosting a roundtable and research symposium on Tax Justice.
The roundtable will be held on Wednesday May 29 at 7:30 and will be preceded by a 5-7 cocktail, both at the McGill Faculty of Law. John Christensen, James Henry, Diana Gibson, and Frédéric Zalac will each present their ideas on what it means to talk about justice in taxation. The roundtable is free, open to the public, and will be live webcast here.
The research symposium will be held the following day, Thursday, May 30, beginning at 9:30 am at the McGill Faculty of Law. The idea of the symposium is to bring together academics, researchers, and other interested parties to talk about what research has been done, is currently being done, and needs to be done in order to further the cause of seeking justice in taxation. You can view the preliminary program here. All are welcome, registration is required.
More info at the links above.