is a distinguished tax graduate who joined OSBC in 2018. He works closely with the other members of Chambers, providing research and analysis, litigation support and practice assistance. Upon admission to the Bar in 2019 he will be more directly involved in the tax advocacy offered by OSBC. Jordan has written on topics as varied as international taxation of Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, judicial interpretation of tax law, US tax reform and the OECD BEPS initiatives. In 2018 he received the top prize for international law at the University of Auckland for his postgraduate research in that field.
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