Arnaud Booij is a tax lawyer admitted to the Netherlands Bar (advocaat). He started his career at Baker & McKenzie in Amsterdam, where he worked for 12 years in the international consultancy & transaction practice. Since the year 2000, he has also lectured for Leiden University. In the past, he lectured in various fiscal subjects such as international tax law, formal tax law and corporation tax. He currently lectures in the subjects Moot Court and Tax-related administrative law, and also acts as a thesis supervisor. He also lectures at the International Tax Center in Leiden. In 2003, Arnaud obtained his doctorate and is a doctor of laws, in the subject Directors’ Liability for tax debts.
From 2005 to June 2016, he was successively a partner/tax lawyer at the Höcker Advocaten law firm in Amsterdam, a partner at Spigt Litigators and a partner at the De Bont Advocaten law firm. He is trained as a mediator (with IMI accreditation) and is also experienced in Fiscal mediation, business mediation and International Tax Dispute Resolution.