School of Accounting and Commercial Law

School of Accounting and Commercial Law

The School of Accounting and Commercial Law is part of the Victoria Business School at Victoria University of Wellington.

We pursue and share knowledge of accounting, commercial law and taxation within a dynamic and inclusive learning environment while actively engaging our stakeholders and the wider community.

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May20CAGTR and APCA Business Links Seminar
Date: 20 May 2015
Time: 7.30 am
Venue: Government Building, Lecture Theatre 1
“Would the Asian Pacific region benefit from harmonisation of copyright laws throughout the region?”The theme… Read more

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1 April 2015 SACL student wins with Summer Gold Poster
Harry Berger, a third year student in accounting and law, won a Faculty Best Poster… Read more
24 March 2015 New Financial Markets Law Publication
Financial Markets Conduct Regulation: A Practitioner’s Guide, a book co-written by Trish Keeper, Senior Lecturer… Read more
20 March 2015 SACL’s Achievements Ceremony - top students’ Awards for Excellence and Prizes night
Photo: The Excellence Award and Prize Winners with, in the front row, the sponsors of… Read more

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Dr Lisa Marriott, Senior Lecturer

Courts More Lenient on White Collar Criminals

New Zealanders take welfare fraud more seriously than tax evasion, according to new research by Dr Lisa Marriott.
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Matt Sorola, PhD student at SACL

Matt Sorola-
Current PhD Student

Matt comes from Texas, and knew within a week he'd made the right decision to study in Wellington.
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Chair in Public Finance

The School’s externally sponsored Chair in Public Finance (CPF) aims to bring academic research and public finance debate together.
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Sarah Zhang
MPA Graduate

Sarah reached a point in her career where she felt she needed formal education in finance and accounting to progress further.
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