Junior Barrister Associate
Jordan Curtis joined Chambers in July 2018. He is a graduate of the University of Auckland with conjoint BSc and LLB degrees. During his undergraduate studies Jordan developed a passion for tax law, driven by an interest in making law more widely accessible by simplifying complicated tax issues.
Jordan developed this interest by pursuing a Masters in Taxation Studies (MTaxS), with which he graduated with first class honours. During his postgraduate studies he has written on a broad range of topics, including:
- International taxation of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
- Taxation of charities and organisations with a political purpose
- Judicial interpretation of tax law
- Making taxpayer compliance in the cash economy easier
- The recent US tax reforms and the OECD BEPS initiatives
Jordan was awarded the Thomson Reuters International Tax Top Student Prize by the University of Auckland in 2018 for his research in International Tax Law. He co-authored with Geoff Clews and Sam Davies the first New Zealand content for the Chambers & Partners Tax Controversy Global Practice Guide. published in May 2019.
When not working, Jordan and his partner enjoy classical music, seeking out New Zealand’s ‘foodie’ destinations, and tramping through New Zealand's regional parks.
Jordan's direct dial number is +64 9 394 8619. He is contactable by email at email@example.com or through our contact page.