Submissions are now invited for CFE’s 2018 Albert J. Rädler Medal Award. The award was established in 2015 in order to encourage and reward academic excellence in European taxation, as well as to recognise Professor Albert J. Rädler’s esteemed contribution to the field of taxation within Europe.
In order to be eligible to apply, an applicant must have completed a Master’s thesis in European taxation which received a distinction in the relevant calendar year, and be 30 years or under on the 31st December of that relevant year. The successful applicant will be presented with the medal at an Award Ceremony which will take place at the 2018 CFE Forum, CFE’s annual International Tax Conference, convened in Brussels in Spring 2019. In addition to the Albert J. Rädler medal itself, the recipient will be offered paid participation and travel costs in order to attend the 2019 CFE Forum in Brussels, as well as a selection of premium technical literature from our collaborating publishers.
For further information, please find below the Albert J. Rädler Medal Factsheet, which sets out further important details and terms of how to apply for the 2018 Award.