Mia is a barrister practising predominantly in tax law, administrative law, equity and trusts. Mia acts for both taxpayers and revenue authorities in State and Federal matters, advises on tax investigations, rulings and objections, through to tax litigation and alternative dispute resolution. She has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide as a leading tax barrister, is a Senior Fellow of the Law Faculty at the University of Melbourne and the deputy chair of the tax committee of the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia.
The doctrine of LPP protects taxpayers' fundamental right to full and frank disclosure with lawyers. It is a necessary doctrine to serve public interest and for the administration of justice.
Additionally, the Commissioner has granted an administrative concession that he will not seek access to certain accounting papers prepared by external accounting advisers (i.e. the Accountant's Concession).
This session will cover the following: