Lilian V. Faulhaber teaches courses on federal income taxation, EU tax, international taxation, tax policy, and international business law. Her writing focuses on tax competition, tax avoidance, international taxation, charitable giving, and European Union law.
Before joining the Georgetown faculty, Professor Faulhaber was an Advisor to the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Prior to her work at the OECD, she was an Associate Professor at Boston University School of Law. Professor Faulhaber clerked for Senior Judge Robert E. Keeton and Judge William G. Young, both on the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and was an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York. She is a graduate of Harvard College, Cambridge University, and Harvard Law School, where she was editor-in-chief of the Harvard International Law Journal.
In 2013, Professor Faulhaber received Boston University School of Law’s Michael W. Melton Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence. In 2018, she received Georgetown Law’s Frank F. Flegal Excellence in Teaching Award and Georgetown Law’s Faculty Member of the Year Award.
"The world can’t agree on how to tax big tech companies," coverage by Marketplace, January 17, 2020, quoting Professor Lilian Faulhaber.
"Mnuchin suggests U.S. won’t back mandatory rules to curb digital services taxes," coverage by Inside Trade, December 6, 2019, quoting Professor Lilian Faulhaber.
"Nations Press Ahead to Coordinate Corporate Taxes," coverage by The Wall Street Journal, October 18, 2019, quoting Professor Lilian Faulhaber.
"OECD Base Erosion Tax Faces Info-Sharing Hurdles," coverage by Law360, September 27, 2019, featuring Professor of Law Lilian Faulhaber.