L.L.B., London Guildhall University; J.D., Mercer University; LL.M., Georgetown; LL.M., Georgetown
LL.B. (Hons), London Guildhall University; J.D., Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law; LL.M. (Int’l & Comp. Law), with distinction, Georgetown University Law Center; LL.M. (Tax), with distinction, Georgetown University Law Center.
Professor Barrage is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Baker & McKenzie’s Tax Practice Group. He has over 18 years of broad international tax planning and controversy experience. Professor Barrage advises clients on a variety of issues, including restructuring and entity rationalization, IP migration, supply chain planning and principal structures, software and cloud computing, deferral and repatriation planning, foreign tax credit planning, and pre- and post-acquisition planning. Professor Barrage is a recognized leader in his field by The Legal 500 (2010 and 2011) (described as one of the “impressive younger partners” and “technically very strong”) and as one of the Tax Controversy Leaders by the International Tax Review (2011 and 2012). Professor Barrage regularly advises US corporations operating overseas and foreign corporations and individuals operating and investing in the United States on a broad range of international tax issues. Among other industries, Professor Barrage’s practice focuses on the software and high-technology, pharmaceutical and life sciences, and the shipping (container and cruise line) industries. Professor Barrage has spoken and written on numerous U.S. international tax topics, including for the Tax Executives Institute, the Organization for International Investment, the OECD International Tax Conference, BNA Bloomberg, and the Pacific Rim Tax Institute. Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie, Professor Barrage was a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Mayer Brown. He has been a member of the Georgetown Law adjunct faculty since 2013.