The Revenue Bar Association (RBA) brings together English barristers who practise in the taxation field. The majority of members are exclusively taxation specialists. Most can handle cases on all taxes. Some have particular fields of specialisation within the wide context of tax law. The others have mixed practices. Many do private client work and, in their tax practices, concentrate on the tax affecting trusts, estates and property. Others are criminal lawyers with particular expertise in cases about alleged tax or VAT frauds and the like. Tax barristers also deal with professional negligence and other litigation involving tax and judicial review where the tax authorities have exceeded their powers. Information about individuals has been provided by them and has not been verified by the RBA. Links are also provided to members’ websites.
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"The RBA promotes a high standard of professional advice and advocacy in the complex and ever-changing world of tax."
Jonathan Peacock QC, RBA Chairman 2013-2016