Mr Domenic Carbone

Mr Domenic Carbone
 Position Lecturer
 Org Unit Law School
 Telephone +61 8 8313 4759
 Location Floor/Room 4 16 ,  Ligertwood Building ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Domenic has been a full-time lecturer primarily in taxation law since joining the University in 1992.

    His background in taxation law extends beyond academia and includes experience in both the private and public sectors.

    Prior to his appointment as a lecturer, Domenic was a Tax Manager with a "Big 6" accounting firm where he was mainly involved in the tax consulting, tax audit and indirect tax areas.

    Domenic had previously worked for several years in the Australian Tax Office where he held a number of positions, including Legal Officer and Personal Assistant to the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation.

  • Qualifications

    LL.B; Grad.Dip.LP; LL.M(Commercial).
  • Teaching Interests

    Income Tax Law III in the School of Commerce's undergraduate program; Income Taxation M and Commercial Law in the School's Masters program.

    Domenic is also an adjunct lecturer in Business Law in the Faculty of the Professions' MBA program.

  • Research Interests

    Domenic's research interests are in the areas of tax planning and anti-avoidance, taxation of trusts, and the impact of administrative review on tax law.
  • Professional Associations

    Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia.
  • Professional Interests

    Domenic is admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia and carries on a tax and legal practice on a part-time basis. He has also acted as a consulting tax advisor to legal and accounting firms.

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Entry last updated: Wednesday, 16 Oct 2013

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