Céline Braumann is a Lecturer and Researcher at the Department of International Law at the University of Vienna, where she teaches a course on “International Law Aspects of Tax Planning”. Her PhD project “The ‘International’ in International Tax Law” focuses on customary international law and general principles regarding international taxation. Céline has published and presented on the intersection of public international law and international tax law at various conferences (i.a. hosted by NYU, the Tax Justice Network or the European Society of International Law). She holds law degrees from the University of Vienna and NYU School of Law and pursues an economics degree to complement her perspective and set of skills.