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Assaf Harpaz

Visiting Assistant Professor

Assaf Harpaz


Office: School of Law, Office 271
Phone: 215.571.4740

Administrative Support:
Tyra Mwai
Phone: 215.571.4715


Assaf Harpaz is a visiting assistant professor at Kline School of Law. His principal areas of interest include tax policy and international taxation. His most recent scholarly work is "International Tax Reform: Challenges to Multilateral Cooperation", forthcoming in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law. He has also published articles in the Yale Journal of International Law and the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy (forthcoming).

Professor Harpaz earned his LLB from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law. He earned his LLM in International Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, and his SJD from Duke University School of Law. He was also a Nathan J. Perilman Fellow at the Duke Center for Jewish Studies. Before coming to the U.S., Professor Harpaz practiced commercial law in Israel.

Professor Harpaz’s current research explores contemporary issues in international taxation and inter-nation equity in tax policy. He is teaching Federal Income Tax in the fall semester and Enterprise Tax in the spring. He serves on the law school’s Intellectual Life Committee.


SJD, Duke University School of Law
LLM, University of Florida Levin College of Law
LLB, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law