BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Synthesise fundamental areas of legal knowledge, including the underlying principles and concepts, related to taxation law in Australia;|
|2.||Identify the relevant legislative provisions and advocate resolutions to complex legal issues related to taxation matters covering such issues as residency, source, timing and understanding the income concept, deductibility and anti-avoidance provisions;|
|3.||Initiate creative solutions to taxation problems based on thorough analysis, legal reasoning and research and understanding the deductions concepts;;|
|4.||Identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues with initiative and judgement;|
|5.||Elucidate legal principles, problems and possible solutions to both legal and non-legal audiences; and|
|6.||Exemplify accountability for self-management of independent learning in a continuously changing 21st century professional world.|
Income Taxation: Commentary and Materials 8th
Graeme Cooper, Richard Vann, Miranda Stewart, Michael Dirkis 2017
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