Goods and Services Taxation : Law School : The University of Western Australia
 
 

Law School

Goods and Services Taxation

Perth High Rises

Executive Education

This 4-day executive education short course provides an intensive study of Australia's GST law including its current scope and application to domestic supplies, exports and imports of goods and services.

Topics covered include:

  • core concepts of the GST law;
  • GST consequences of a variety of complex transactions and scenarios; and
  • core policy issues and debates in relation to the imposition and design of a GST.


Details and Registration

Dates:
4 day short course: 16-19 October 2018
Venue: The University of Western Australia

2.94, Law Postgraduate Teaching Room
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: $3,300.00 x 4 day short course
Registration: Registration

Program


Workshop presenter and short course coordinator

Rick KreverRick Krever, Professor UWA Law School
 
Professor Rick Krever is a leading taxation law and policy expert. He has been closely involved in modern Australian tax reform initiatives for many years, including in his roles as a member of the Commonwealth Government's Taxation Law Improvement Project Consultative Committee and the Review of Business Taxation (Ralph Review). Professor Krever has been a professor-in-residence at both the Australian Taxation Office and the Australian Treasury, and has twice been seconded to the International Monetary Fund. His international visiting professor positions include appointments at Osgoode Hall Law School, Erasmus University and Harvard Law School. Professor Krever has worked with a variety of international organisations including the United Nations, European Union, Asian Development Bank, and World Bank as a post-conflict and development specialist, providing assistance in tax law design and drafting in regional and other countries including East Timor, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Vietnam, China, Mongolia, Hong Kong, Argentina, Antigua and Barbuda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Ghana, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kosovo and Latvia.

 

Continuing Professional Points (CPD)

  • Full attendance entitles a legal practitioner to claim six CPD points. Competency Area 2 (Professional Skills) = 1.5 and Competency Area 4 (Substantive Law) = 4.5.

Enquiries

UWA Law School 
Student Experience: (08) 6488 2091


CANCELLATION POLICY:
Before registration closing date - an administrative charge of 20% of registration will be deducted
After registration closing date and up to one day before the event - a cancellation fee of 50% will apply
No refund is available for non-attendance