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Helen Hodgson

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Helen Hodgson is an expert in Taxation, based at the Curtin Law School. Her research is in the areas where tax and social policy intersect: superannuation; housing and inequality. She has contributed significantly to policy review in the areas of superannuation and the tax and transfer system.

Helen has been teaching taxation law in business and law schools since 1989, and joined the Curtin Law School in 2014. Her areas of teaching include superannuation, capital gains tax and the taxation of trusts and companies. She is the Director of Graduate Studies for the Curtin Law School, and has previously held research and teaching leadership positions at Curtin and UNSW. Helen was also a Member of the Legislative Council in Western Australia between 1997 and 2001.

Helen holds qualifications in accounting, business law and taxation, is a Fellow of the Australian Society of CPA's and a Chartered Tax Advisor. She is a member of the ACOSS Tax and Superannuation Advisory Group, and a Director and Member of the Social Policy Committee of the National Foundation for Australian Women. 

  • 2014–present Associate Professor, Curtin Law School
  • 2004–2013 Senior Lecturer, Atax, UNSW
  • 2001–2004 Lecturer, ECU
  • 1997–2001 Member of the Legislative Council, WA Parliament
  • 1989–1997 Lecturer, Curtin University
  • 2013  UNSW, PhD
  • 1994  UNSW, Master of Taxation
  • 1991  Curtin University, Post Graduate Diploma of Business (Business Law)
  • 1986  WA Institute of Tecnology, Bachelor of Business
Research Areas
  • Taxation Law (180125)

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