Shay Moyal is a Michigan Grotius Fellow and an SJD candidate at the University of Michigan Law School, where he also completed his International Tax LLM degree in 2017 and earned the highest GPA among LLM students. As an LLM student, Professor Moyal served as a tax law research assistant to Professor Andrea Monroe, represented Michigan Law in the tax moot court competition in Belgium, and was awarded the certificate of merit for international tax. Professor Moyal is a licensed lawyer in New York and Israel, and passed the CPA exams (ISR).
Before joining Michigan Law in 2016, Professor Moyal was a legal intern in the Israeli Tax Authority's legislative department and a CPA intern in the Ministry of Finance. Professor Moyal also was a junior lecturer of taxation law at Ono College and a teaching assistant for five courses at Hebrew University (antitrust law, intellectual property law, financial accounting A, and taxation law for two tax professors). In addition, Professor Moyal held a research assistant position focusing on R&D tax incentives at Hebrew University. He recently practiced tax law at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York.
Professor Moyal's areas of interest include international taxation, tax policy, individual taxation, corporate taxation, and distribution of wealth in society.
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