Omri Marian

Professor of Law

Academic Director, Graduate Tax Program 

Omri Marian

Expertise:

International taxation, comparative taxation, taxation of financial instruments

Background:

Omri Marian is an internationally recognized expert in international taxation and comparative taxation. Before joining UC Irvine School of Law, he was an assistant Professor of Law at the University of Florida where he taught in the graduate tax program. He also practiced as a tax associate in the New York office of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. Professor Marian’s work has been cited by Congress and is frequently featured in financial media outlets.

Current Courses:

Federal Income TaxCurrent Issues in Tax Law and Policy

Prior Courses:

Federal Income Tax, Tax Treaties, International Tax Planning, Taxation of Financial Instruments, U.S. International Taxation, Current Issues in Tax Law and Policy

  • Omri Y. Marian, Cryptocurrency Havens and International Blockchain Regulation, 20 N.C. J. of L. & Tech. __ (forthcoming, 2019).
  • Omri Y. Marian, A Critique of BEAT Critiques, 10 Colum. J. Tax. L. Tax Matters 148 (2018)
  • Omri Y. Marian, Is All Corporate Tax Planning Good For Shareholders?52 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 905 (2018).
  • Omri Y. Marian, United States National Report on Corporate Tax Residence and Mobility, in Proceedings of 2017 Congress of European Association of Tax Law Professors (forthcoming, 2017).
  • Omri Y. Marian, The State Administration of International Tax Avoidance7 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. 1 (2017).
  • Reviewed at: Andrew Hayashi, Putting a Face To International Tax Avoidance (noting the article’s “valuable contribution in drawing attention to the powers of individual actors” in international tax avoidance).
  • April 2019
    The Making of International Tax Law: Empirical Evidence from Natural Language Processing
    : New York University School of Law Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium, NYC, NY
  • April 2019
    Cryptocurrency Havens and International Blockchain Regulation, Conference on Sustainable taxation – Global challenges and legal solutions, University of Gävle, Gävle, Sweden
  • February 2019
    Cryptocurrency Havens and International Blockchain Regulation, University of North Carolina School of Law, Journal of La and Technology Symposium, Chapel Hill, NC
  • February 2019
    The Discursive Failure in Comparative Tax Law, Lorentz Center Conference – How Countries Learn to Tax; Complexity, Legal Transplants and Legal Culture, Leiden University, Leiden the Netherlands
  • Nov. 15, 2018
    Digital Aspects of International TaxNational Tax Association’s 11th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • February 2018
    Is all Corporate Tax Planning Good for Shareholders?, University of Florida Graduate Tax Program, Tax Law and Policy Seminar, Gainesville, Florida
  • November 2017
    Is all Corporate Tax Planning Good for Shareholders?, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Tax Law and Policy Workshop Series, Toronto, Canada
  • October 2017
    Is all Corporate Tax Planning Good for Shareholders?, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Center for Tax Law and Policy Seminar Series, Philadelphia, PA
  • July 2017
    Destination-Based Cash-Flow Taxation and the International Tax System, Orange County Bar Association, Tax Section, Newport Beach, CA
  • June 2017
    United States National Reporter on Corporate Tax Residence and Mobility, the 2017 Congress of European Association of Tax Law Professors, Lodz, Poland
  • June 2017
    The Making of International Tax Law: Empirical Evidence from Natural Language Processing, The Northern California Tax Professor Roundtable, Hastings Law School, San Francisco, CA