David L. Cameron

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David L. Cameron
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Title(s) Senior Lecturer
Associate Director, Tax Program
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Advanced Research and Writing on Tax Issues
Basic Federal Income Taxation
European Business and Tax Law
International Taxation
Property
Property
Property
Property Taxation
Tax Treaties
United States Transfer Pricing
Status full time
Alma Mater Northwestern University
Outline(s) Northwestern Cameron Advanced Research and Writing on Tax Issues, Northwestern Cameron Basic Federal Income Taxation, Northwestern Cameron European Business and Tax Law, Northwestern Cameron International Taxation, Northwestern Cameron Property, Northwestern Cameron Property Taxation, Northwestern Cameron Tax Treaties, Northwestern Cameron United States Transfer Pricing
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David L. Cameron is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by David L. Cameron include Advanced Research and Writing on Tax Issues, Basic Federal Income Taxation, European Business and Tax Law, International Taxation, Property, Property, Property, Property Taxation, Tax Treaties, and United States Transfer Pricing.

David L. Cameron graduated from Northwestern University.

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