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Tirza Cramwinckel nominated for the Stevens Award 2016

Tirza Cramwinckel nominated for the Stevens Award 2016

Tirza Cramwinckel nominated for the Stevens Award 2016

01.12.2016 NL law

Tax specialist Tirza Cramwinkel (Stibbe Amsterdam) has been nominated for the prestigious Stevens Award 2016. This award is for young authors who are able to write about complex tax matters in a simple and clear way.

Tirza graduated with degrees in both tax law and Dutch language and culture. Besides being a tax specialist at Stibbe, Tirza is doing PhD research at Leiden University. Her PhD research is on the legal consequences of communication by the Dutch tax authorities with taxpayers.

The Stevens Award will be presented on 20th January 2017 and voting for Tirza is possible via: https://www.wolterskluwer.nl/stevensprijs (Dutch website).

 

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