Adolfo Campos is Senior Associate at Morgan & Morgan and serves in the Taxation Department of the firm since 2011.
Prior joining Morgan & Morgan, he worked as a tax lawyer with a Panamanian law firm, and in the internationally renowned auditing and accounting firm Moore Stephens (today, RSM Panama), as its Tax Department Supervisor.
In addition to his professional practice as a Tax Law attorney, Mr. Campos has taught courses and seminars in his area of expertise, in both national and international universities and academic forums. He currently teaches Tax Law courses at the masters’ level in several local universities.
Mr. Campos is a graduate of the University of Panama, has a Postgraduate Diploma in Tax Law and a Diploma in Advanced Studies from the European Tax Law program at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain. He also earned a postgraduate degree in Taxation from the University of Las Americas, a Masters in Taxation from the Specialized CPA University and a Diploma in Teaching from the Universidad Latina de Panama.
Mr. Campos has authored the following publications: Thesis for Master and Advanced Studies Diploma (PhD) 2010 – “The international tax information exchange. Panama’s case. Will the signing of an International Double Taxation Treaty breaks with the paradigm?”, Revista Global, COLADIC – Internacional – Legal Notes No. 5. “The international double taxation”, Revista Estudios de Derecho Judicial – Judicial College of Panama. “The international double taxation”, Moore Stephens International, Regional bulletin for the month of December. “The law that creates the special system for the establishment and operation of multinational companies’ headquarters and the commission for licenses to multinational companies’ headquarters”, Legal Info. “International trade tax systems: international double taxation”, and “Crisis, development and evolution of economic policy models in Latin America”.
Mr. Campos is a member of the National Bar Association of Panama, where he has held the presidency of the Tax Law and Public Finance Committee.
Mr. Campos is admitted to practice law in the Republic of Panama.