BSc/LLB(Hons)(Syd), Grad Dip (Arts)(ANU), LLM(NYU)
Languages spoken: English, French
Miranda is Associate Dean (Engagement) and Director of Tax Studies. She has many years experience in tax law in Australia and overseas. She is an International Fellow of the Centre of Business Taxation at Oxford University and was recently a visiting scholar at Christ Church, Oxford on the Melbourne-Oxford Faculty Exchange. 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. Miranda's current research is on tax law and development, international tax coordination, and issues of gender and tax. She is the coathur of Cooper Krever Vann's Income Taxation Commentary and Materials (2012, 8th ed) and Death and Taxes (2012, 4th ed) and editor of Housing and Tax Policy (2010). She has published on a wide range of tax law and policy topics, applying a critical perspective. She has an abiding interest in issues of tax and distributive justice in a global context.