Senior Lecturer, Charles Darwin University

John's areas include tax havens and international taxation, The 'Henry Tax Review' and in particular land tax and rent tax, Hong Kong and China taxation systems and foreign investment implications.

John has had over 15 years of practical legal experience in private practice in commercial law and taxation law. He had a period of employment with the ANZ bank and with accounting firms engaged in financial planning.

John commenced his academic career with RMIT University in the School of Accounting and Law, followed by a period as a senior lecturer with the CQ University in Rockhampton. This was followed by three years in the Faculty of Law at the University of Canberra where he taught a range of taxation law subjects to both accounting and law students.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior lecturer, Charles Darwin University

Education

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    LL.B, University of Tasmania
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    MBA, Monash University
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    LL.M, Monash University
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    PhD, RMIT