David has enjoyed a long and stimulating career in higher education, specialising, for some time, in the law of taxation. He retired as a Reader in Law at the University of Warwick in 2012. However, he continues to teach and research in tax law (UK and International). During this academic year, he taught undergraduates and postgraduates at the University of Warwick and postgraduates at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London (where he is also the Academic Director of the Taught MA in Tax Law programme and an Associate Research Fellow). He has published a number of books and articles in leading journals on tax law. His most recent book is the co-authored Tax Law: Text and Materials (Bloomsbury, 2008). Recently, he completed a UK National Report on tax legislation which will be published, shortly, in a book (Tax Legislation: Standards, Trends and Challenges) that celebrates the first 15 years of the Centre of Tax Documentation and Studies at the University of Lodz in Poland. Currently, he is concentrating on several projects relating to the role of tax intermediaries. He is co-editor of the International Tax Report.
David is also a judge in the First-tier Tribunal of the Property Chamber (Residential Property).