|2018-2019 à aujourd'hui||Membre régulier-ère, Éthique et économie|
Associate Professor Allison Christians is the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in the Law of Taxation at the Faculty of Law of McGill University. She teaches international taxation, tax policy, and Canadian income tax law and tax policy, and has contributes contributed to a seminar on Economic Justice. As a scholar, Professor Christians focuses on issues in national and international tax law and policy, with a particular interest on the relationship between taxation and economic development. Here, Focus online asks her about the benefits of Twitter for scholarly research, how her life became a comparative law project when she joined the Faculty, and the meaning of tax activism.