Omri Marian

Professor of Law
Omri Marian


International taxation, comparative taxation, taxation of financial instruments


Omri Marian is an internationally recognized expert in international taxation, comparative taxation and taxation and the blockchain. 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 is frequently featured in financial media outlets. Professor Marian is the founding Academic Director of UCI Law’s Graduate Tax Program, and served in this role until 2022.

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  • United States National Reportin Crypto Assets: Tax Law and Policy (IBFD, forthcoming 2023)
  • The Inequitable Taxation of Low- and Mid-Income Performing Artists, 30 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. (forthcoming, 2023)
  • Law, Policy, and the Taxation of Block RewardsTax Noted Fed. (175 Tax Notes Fed. 1493, 2022).
  • Taxing Data, 47 BYU L. Rev. 511 (2022)
  • New Technologies and the Evolution of Tax Compliance, 39 Va. Tax. Rev. 287 (2020) (with J. Alm, J. Beebe, M. Kirsch, and J. Soled)
  • The Making of International Tax Law: Empirical Evidence from Natural Language Processing, 24 Fla. Tax. Rev. 151 (2020).
  • Blockchain Havens and the Need for Their Internationally Coordinated Regulation, 20 N.C. J. of L. and Tech. 529 (2019).
  • November 2022
    Presenter, The 115th National Tax Association Annual Meeting.
  • October 2022
    Commentator, Tax Policy Colloquium, Loyola Marymount University School of Law.
  • April 2022
    Visiting Lecturer,  Vienna University of Economics and Business.
  • January 2022
    Panelist. AALS Annual Meeting 2022, Hot Topics Program: The Promise and Pitfalls of the Global Tax Deal,.
  • September 2021
    Speaker. The Copenhagen Business School / Cambridge Workshop Series: Enablers of Financial Crime: Tax, Finance and Societies.