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James Coleman is a senior tax counsel. He has argued more tax cases in New Zealand courts than any other tax barrister having built that experience up over 28 years of being in the tax business. Give him a call for advice and representation where experience counts.  

  • 28 Years of tax litigation
  • 140 Tax related cases
  • 10 Years Columnist for NZLJ

From the pen of James Coleman

He has spent 10 years writing a tax column for the New Zealand Law journal and he also writes for taxation today and for the Thompson Reuters NZ publication New Zealand Taxation Principals, Cases & Questions 2016.

James is also a teaching fellow at the University of Auckland Law School. He teaches as part of the Masters of Taxation course.

James is the author of a text book on Tax Avoidance Law in New Zealand, which is currently in its second addition.

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