UNSW Australia is one of only a small number of Australian universities with an independent academic unit dedicated to the teaching of, and research in, taxation and business law. All our staff are professionally qualified and most have practised law or taxation prior to commencing an academic career.
The main areas of law that we research and teach are all business related. These include general law and taxation law issues relating to:
- Corporate governance
- International business
- Trade practices
- Intellectual property
- Alternative business structures
- Business finance
- Consumer protection
- Information technology
At the undergraduate level the School of Taxation & Business Law offers a major, double major and honours program in taxation and a double major in business law.
At the graduate level our research programs are the
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), the
Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and the
Master of Taxation (MTax) . In conjunction with the Faculty of Law we offer courses in the graduate coursework program
Master of Business Law (MBL).
We also offer courses as part of the UNSW Business School graduate coursework programs Master of Professional Accounting (MProfAcc) and a Business Law specialisation in the graduate coursework Master of Commerce (MCom) program.