Adam H. Rosenzweig

January 15, 2013

January 15, 2013

Adam H. Rosenzweig is Associate Professor of Law at Washington University Law School. Mr. Rosenzweig concentrates his research and teaching in the area of tax law and policy, and speaks on topics such as tax havens; carried interests; taxing offshore investment funds; and taxation of derivatives. He received his BA from the University of California-Los Angeles; a J.D. from Georgetown University; and an LL.M. in taxation from New York University. An expert in international and federal income tax law, he is the co-author of a casebook on federal income taxation, now in its seventh edition. His other publications have appeared in law journals and reviews on legal issues ranging from the hidden costs of a modern income tax to harnessing the costs of international tax arbitrage. Before becoming a law professor, he clerked for the Hon. James L. Dennis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He then practiced law with the New York City firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, where he focused on federal income tax law and specialized in the areas of private equity, hedge funds, equity derivatives, and cross-border capital markets.