Dr Dominic de Cogan is a University Associate Professor in Law.  He was previously a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at Birmingham Law School (to 2014), a PhD candidate at Downing College, Cambridge (to 2011) and a Tax Consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Cambridge, Birmingham and London (to 2008).  Dominic’s research interests focus on the interactions of tax law and government both in the present day and in historical context.  His monograph Tax Law, State-building and the Constitution was published by Hart Publishing in 2020, and he has co-edited a number of books including Landmark Cases in Revenue Law with Dr John Snape, Tax Justice and Tax Law and several volumes of Studies in the History of Tax Law with Professor Peter Harris.  Dominic is the Assistant Director of the Centre for Tax Law and is also the Deputy UK representative at the European Association of Tax Law Professors, a Director of the Tax Research Network and a member of the Tax Law Review Committee.  He runs a biennial tax policy conference in Cambridge and provides Faculty support for the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group.  Dominic teaches Tax Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Law of Succession and Equity.  Outside work, Dominic is a keen amateur musician and father to a high-energy daughter.