Peter is a Senior Tax Consultant with the global law firm Baker McKenzie, where he specialises in State and Federal indirect taxes.
Before this, Peter was a Partner and Consultant with Ernst & Young (2006 - 2015), and before that a Partner with Blake Dawson (now Ashurst) (1997 - 2006) and Rosenblum & Partners (1976 - 1996).
The focus of Peter’s practice is on the indirect tax implications of domestic and cross-border commercial transactions, including infrastructure projects, M&A and private equity transactions, corporate restructures, commercial property and funds management.
Outside of the law, Peter’s passion is fine art photography, especially Australian landscapes and portraiture.
Before commencing law at UNSW I had no real sense of what I wanted to achieve in my working life. However, the very first year of study opened my eyes to many new worlds - a world of social issues, interdisciplinary debate, and of legal precedent and principles. It was exciting, intellectually challenging and deeply satisfying. Forty-six years later, I still apply many of the principles and approaches that I learnt at the UNSW Law School.