Our work often involves detailed consideration of EC law and the European Convention on Human Rights.  Members of chambers have in the past advised on the fiscal laws of other jurisdictions (including Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Ireland and the Channel Islands).

Members of Chambers also advise as to the application of relevant double taxation conventions.  This is often in the context of the tax treatment of cross-border transactions which may also require knowledge of the rules concerning conflicts of laws.

In relation to overseas territories, areas of practice include drafting legislation and advising as to tax-related constitutional issues.  Members of Chambers also appear as expert witnesses in foreign courts to give evidence as to the content of UK tax law.