Elected to the Bar: 2016
Liability limited by a Scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
Matthew Crowley is an internationally-experienced counsel of almost 20 years, with a significant public and commercial practice at the Western Australia and Victorian Bar.
Doyle's Guide recognises Matthew as one of Western Australia's leading tax barristers for 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Matthew is regularly briefed in:
- Administrative law and judicial review
- Australian Consumer law, regulatory and civil penalty proceedings (including Customs prosecutions)
- Corporations and commercial litigation
- Insolvency & bankruptcy
Matthew was called to the Bar in 2016 after a period with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington DC , and has since set about establishing a practice at the Western Australian Bar and Victorian Bar. He has a particular interest in taxation, especially United States-Australia cross-border issues.
Matthew is a Fulbright Scholar and an International Fellow with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington DC. He was a visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York, and Georgetown Law School in Washington DC.
Matthew has an LLM, LLB, and BA with Honours from Monash University. Matthew was admitted in Victoria in 2003 and in Western Australia in 2008.
Matthew is also admitted in the Supreme Court of the United States, the United States Tax Court, the State Supreme Court of New York, and the federal US District of Southern New York.
Matthew extends his practice between Melbourne and Perth.
For a list of recent cases, see Matthew’s Vic Bar profile: https://www.vicbar.com.au/profile/9009
Date of admission: Victoria (2003); High Court (2004); NT (2006); WA (2008); New York (2014); US District Court of Southern New York (2015); US Tax Court (2015); US Supreme Court (2017)
Qualifications: LLB & BA (Hons)(Monash), LLM (Monash)
Areas of practice
- Public and Administrative
- Tax and Revenue