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I am an academic in the Canberra Law School.  I teach mainly in the area of Taxation Law but also teach Contract Law and Statutory Interpretation.  I bring a strong practical focus to my teaching through prior experience as a tax lawyer in the ATO and in private practice.  I am undertaking a PhD at Sydney Law School investigating the development of the current General Anti-Avoidance Rule, Part IVA of the ITAA 1936, through use of archival material.  My supervisor is Professor Richard Vann.

Qualifications:

Master of International Taxation, University of Sydney

Master of Taxation, University of New South Wales

Master of Laws, Australian National University

Bachelor of Laws, Australian National University

Bachelor of Commerce, University of Queensland

 

Units Taught:

11221 and 11406 Revenue Law and Revenue Law G (Unit Convenor) (Accounting, Financial Planning and Law streams)

11550 Advanced Revenue Law (Unit Convenor) (Accounting, Financial Planning and Law streams)

11292 Statutory Interpretation (LLB unit)

11277 Contract Law (LLB unit)

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