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Research and Resources for Corporate Taxation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 March 2010

Abstract

Tax, (both corporate and personal tax) is one of the five main departments at City law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. In the following article, Dunstan Speight, Library Manager, considers the resources needed to support a tax practice and how these relate to the research requirements of tax lawyers.

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Subject Resource Guides
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Copyright © The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 2010

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Footnotes

1 Lee, Natalie (ed.) Revenue law: principles and practice, 27th ed. (Bloomsbury Professional, 2009), p. 4Google Scholar.

3 Montes-Manzano, X: Adding pepper, Taxation, 5 November 2009, p. 449Google Scholar.

4 Jeffrey-Cook, J.Tracking the ActTaxation, 23 July 2009, pp. 98102Google Scholar. These articles, all written by John Jeffrey-Cook are indexed on the Legal Journals Index.

7 Model Tax Convention on Income and on Capital, OECD, (Looseleaf, 2000–), p. I–1.

9 Lee, op. cit. pp. 268–269.

12 International financial reporting standards: as issued at 1 January 2009, IASB, 2009.

13 International GAAP 2009: generally accepted accounting practice under international financial reporting standards.