Atty. David J. Correira Receives LLM in Comparative Law and International Taxation
Attorney David J. Correira has received a masters of laws degree in comparative law and international taxation.
He recently completed the degree at Eötvös Loránd University Law School in Budapest, Hungary, in conjunction with Lazarski University School of Law in Warsaw, Poland, and Boston University School of Law. Previously, Correira earned his bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater State College, a master of public administration degree from the University of Rhode Island, and his juris doctor degree from the New England School of Law in Boston. He completed other post-doctoral studies at Harvard University Law School, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University and Boston University in the Graduate Tax Program.
Correira has been an adjunct professor at the New England School of Law in Boston; and a visiting professor for the Center for International Legal Studies in Salzburg, Austria, and the Salzburg University Faculty of Law. He has taught at Suffolk University School of Law in Boston, the University of Massachusetts School of Law; and Romeris University Faculty of Law in Lithuania, and Rezekne University Faculty of Law in Latvia. He has been a guest lecturer at Rijeka University Faculty of Law in Croatia where his topics included: general and personal jurisdiction, special jurisdiction in contracts and torts, choice of court jurisdiction, forum non-conveniens, a comparison of U.S. and Croatian law and other aspects of American law, conflicts of law, and comparisons with the European Union. In 2013, he taught at Karoli Gaspar University School of Law in Budapest, Hungary. He last taught at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences in 2015 and focused on private international law’s impact on wills and trusts; and later had an article published in the Trusts & Estates Journal based on his lectures. He has been invited to teach U.S. taxation during the next academic year in Shanghai, China, at Lixin University School of Law.
Correira is widely published on various areas of civil litigation, international and intrastate and interstate jurisdiction and taxes and trusts and estates. He is the editor of two law practice books for Lexis Publishing and is a frequent speaker for the American, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bar Associations and several continuing legal education organizations. He has written for and been featured in Lawyers Weekly and multiple law journals.
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