Miranda Stewart teaches and researches in the areas of tax law and policy including taxation of business and investment entities, tax and development, not-for-profits, and tax reform in the context of globalisation. She is a co-editor of several books, including Sham Transactions (Oxford University Press, forthcoming), Tax, Law and Development (Edward Elgar, 2013), Death and Taxes (Thomson Reuters, 4th ed., 2012), Cooper Krever and Vann's Income Taxation Commentary and Materials (Thomson Reuters, 7th ed., 2012) and Housing and Tax Policy (Australian Tax Research Foundation, 2010).
Miranda has many years experience in tax law in Australia and overseas. She was recently a visiting scholar at Christ Church, Oxford on the Melbourne-Oxford Faculty Exchange. Miranda was a Consultant to the Henry Tax Review into Australia's Future Tax System and is an International Research Fellow with the Centre for Business Taxation at Oxford University. Before joining the Faculty in 2000, Miranda taught at New York University School of Law in the leading International Tax program in the US. She previously worked in the Australian Tax Office on tax policy and legislation and as a solicitor at Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks. She has also taught in the graduate tax programs at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada and the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
Melbourne Law Masters
Memberships and Affiliations
International Research Fellow, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation
Law Council of Australia, Taxation Committee
Chartered Tax Advisor, Taxation Institute of Australia
International Fiscal Association, Australian Branch Executive Committee
Editorial Board, Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association; New Zealand Journal of Tax Law and Policy