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Mazzoni, Gianluca

Adjunct Lecturer
Fall 2018


Gianluca Mazzoni is an SJD candidate at the University of Michigan Law School, where he also completed his LLM degree in international tax in 2016. As an LLM student, Professor Mazzoni served as a research assistant to Professor Reuven Avi-Yonah focusing on tax evasion and transparency. As an SJD candidate, he served as a graduate student instructor (GSI) to Professor George Tsebelis for Government and Politics in Western Europe. He currently is serving as a GSI grader for Professors Ishan Joshi and Andrew Winkler for International Security and Affairs and International Legal Theory.

Before joining Michigan Law in 2015, Professor Mazzoni was a trainee tax lawyer in a leading Italian tax law firm, where he drafted memoranda for cases involving international and domestic tax matters and provided assistance in the context of pre-litigation settlement procedures with the Italian Tax Authority. While residing in Italy, he was a teaching assistant in a third-year tax law course at the University of Milan.

Professor Mazzoni practiced tax law as an international tax intern at Caplin & Drysdale (Washington, D.C.) in 2017 and as a summer associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP (New York) in 2018. His areas of interest include tax law and public finance, comparative tax law, the U.S. legal system, law and economics, privacy law, and state aid.


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