H. David Rosenbloom became director of the International Tax Program in 2002. He is a member of Caplin & Drysdale, a law firm he rejoined in 1981 after serving as international tax counsel and director of the Office of International Tax Affairs in the US Department of the Treasury from 1978 to 1981. Rosenbloom graduated from Princeton University summa cum laude in 1962 and, after a year as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Florence in Italy, attended Harvard Law School. He graduated magna cum laude in 1966 and was president of Volume 79 of the Harvard Law Review. Rosenbloom served as assistant to Ambassador Arthur Goldberg at the US Mission to the United Nations, then as clerk to US Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas. A frequent speaker and author on tax subjects, Rosenbloom has taught international taxation and related subjects at the law schools at Stanford, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard, and at educational institutions in Taipei, Mexico City, Milan, Bergamo, Sydney, Mainz, Heidelberg, Rio de Janeiro, Pretoria, Leiden, Melbourne, Bologna, Neuchatel, Vienna, and Lisbon. He has also served as a tax policy adviser for the US Treasury, the OECD, USAID, and the World Bank in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Senegal, Malawi, and South Africa.