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Prof. Giedre Lideikyte Huber

Assistant Professor at the University of Saint-Gallen


The University of St. Gallen has appointed Prof. Giedre Lideikyte Huber as Assistant Professor as of 1 February 2024.

Prof. Giedre Lideikyte Huber has a PhD in tax law (summa cum laude) of the University of Geneva. During her academic career, Giedre was a visiting scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Oxford, University of Zurich, UC Berkeley School of Law and at Harvard Law School. She specializes in tax law, and more specifically in corporate taxation,  sustainable tax systems (including gender and climate issues in taxation) and in taxation of philanthropy. Her professional experience includes both the private (banking) and public sectors (Geneva cantonal tax authority). She currently acts as a Member of the Board of the Cantonal surveillance authority of foundations and pension funds as well as an Assessor Juge at the administrative Court of the Canton of Geneva.

Her research area will be tax law and sustainability, which she will be teaching on from the autumn term 2024. She will not only be teaching her research topic, but also lecturing and leading seminars on more general tax law topics. This semester, she will be leading a seminar on corporate taxation.

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