Hauser Global Faculty Course Offerings for Spring 2024

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The Hauser Global Law School Program will welcome a number of leading law professors from around the world as Global Faculty for the 2023-2024 academic year. They specialize in diverse fields of law, not just international law, and are renowned scholars in their countries and areas of interest. Their courses provide an opportunity for NYU Law students to learn from and interact with these eminent scholars and to gain a new perspective on important legal issues. Below please find excerpts from their biographies and links to their course descriptions. Full biographical information can be found at the following link:

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Spring 2024


Ana Paula Dourado


Ana Paula Dourado is Full Professor of Tax Law and International and European Tax Law at the University of Lisbon, Director of the European, Economic, Fiscal & Tax Research Centre (CIDEEFF) of the Law School of the University of Lisbon, and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Tax Journal Intertax (from Kluwer). She has been a visiting Professor at the Business University of Vienna (WU Wien) in 2010-2011, University of Florida 2010, 2015, Global Law School, Catholic University of Lisbon (2009-2019), International Tax Centre, University of Leiden (2007-2019), University of Neuchâtel (2011-2012) Lausanne (since 2013), Ministry of Finance Taiwan (2012), University of São Paulo (2020-2021), University of Navarra (since 2019), University of Lund (2022),  University of Luxembourg (since 2021) among others. She is a founding member of Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT), an independent research group publishing an annual book as a result of the GREIT research (IBFD). Dourado has chaired transfer pricing arbitration committees under the EU Arbitration Convention (2023); she has drafted and negotiated the tax reforms in Portuguese speaking countries as an expert at the legal department of the International Monetary Fund (2003-2013); and tax reforms on direct taxation and tax procedure for the Timor-Leste government (2015-2016). She was a Member of the Centre for Tax Studies at the Portuguese Ministry of Finance and a delegate for Portugal in the working groups for direct tax harmonization at the European Community/European Union and in the working group for tax avoidance and evasion at the OECD. She has been correspondent for the EC Tax Review, H&I, is a member of the scientific board of Rivista Finanziaria (It.), Cronica Tributaria (Spanish) and Civitas (Spanish) and vice-director  of the Portuguese Rev. de Finanças Públicas e Direito Financeiro. Dourado was a Member of the EATLP Academic Committee (2007-2012, 2018-2020); of the EATLP Executive Board (2012-2017); and of the TAXUD Platform on Tax Good Governance (2013-2019).  Her research interests and publications focus on International, European and Comparative Tax law; Constitutional & Fundamentals of Tax Law, Procedure Tax Law, Direct Taxes. Ana Paula Dourado has published widely on International, European and comparative tax law. She co-edited “the Acte Clair in Direct Tax Matters” (GREIT Series, IBFD), edited “Separation of Powers in Tax Law” (EATLP/IBFD, 2010), Movement of Persons and Tax mobility in the EU: Changing Winds (GREIT Series, IBFD 2013) and “Tax Avoidance Revisited” (EATLP/IBFD, 2017), “EU Tax Multilateralism” (GREIT Series, IBFD 2020).

Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan


Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan is a Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of King’s College. In Cambridge, Henning is Co-Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law and a Fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He has taught at Universities and Master Programmes in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas. Henning’s research, teaching and expert advice focuses on international law and technology, intellectual property (IP) protection and development issues, world trade and investment law; as well as on interfaces among different legal regimes and private orders in international law (see THE PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW, Oxford University Press, 2016 and THE PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW, OUP 2020). Several of his publications are available online. Henning has advised international organisations, NGOs as well as developing- and developed country governments on international IP, WTO and investment law issues and has worked as a legal expert for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on IP and development on several occasions.

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