is a leader at the NZ Tax Bar, whose practice covers all aspects of tax controversy. He advises taxpayers on domestic and international Revenue investigations, and during the difficult statutory tax disputes process. He litigates civil tax issues, and defends criminal tax charges at trial and appellate levels. Mr Clews has contributed to five international texts, and has acted as national tax reporter to the ABA and IBA. He is a long-standing member of IFA and the NZ Law Society Taxation Committee, and is a Teaching Fellow in tax controversy at the University of Auckland Law School.
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