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Professor Natalie Lee LLB, Barrister

Emeritus Professor

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Professor Natalie Lee is Emeritus Professor of Tax Law within Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton.

LLB (Soton) 1973. Barrister 1974.

Natalie was a Visiting Fellow to the Faculty of Law and to Lucy Cavendish College at the University of Cambridge in 2002 and again in 2007. Called to the Bar in 1974, she was a pupil in what are now Pump Court Tax Chambers. She was a founder member, and now sits on the steering committee of, the Tax Research Network.

Research interests

 Her principal area of research is the law of taxation. In particular, she has co-authored Revenue Law: Text and Materials (2007), and is co-author and general editor of Revenue Law: Principles and Practice (29th ed, 2011 and previous editions). Key publications include Time for Ferrazzini to be reviewed? (2010), Inheritance Tax: an equitable tax no longer - time for abolition (2007), The Effect of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Taxation Policy and Administration (2004) and The New Tax Credits (2003)

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She is co-author of Whitehouse, Revenue Law: Principles and Practice (2002, 20th ed).

Articles

Book

Book Chapters

  • Lee, N. (2010). Annual payments, patent royalties and savings income. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law: Principles and Practice. 28th edition London, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). CGT - exemptions and reliefs. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 573-591). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). CGT - the main residence. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 593-605). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Human rights and taxation. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 1517-1541). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Matrimonial breakdown. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 1427-1439). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Tax avoidance and legislation. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 53-74). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Tax avoidance and the courts. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 13-51). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Tax avoidance, the future and the disclosure rules. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law: Principles and Practice. 28th edition (pp. 111-123). London, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Taxation of the family unit. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 1395-1425). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). Trusts and settlements. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 389-423). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2010). UK taxation - structure and philosophy. In N. Lee (Ed.), Revenue Law - Principles and Practice 28th ed (pp. 3-12). Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2009). Tax credits. In S. Laing (Ed.), Self-Assessment 2010/11 Haywards Heath, GB: Bloomsbury Professional.
  • Lee, N. (2005). The effect of the Human Rights Act 1998 on taxation policy and administration. In R. Fisher, & M. Walpole (Eds.), Global Challenges in Tax Administration (pp. 168-190). Birmingham, UK: Fiscal Publications.
  • Lee, N. (2003). Estate planning and art in the UK. In F. Sonneveldt (Ed.), The Art of Estate Planning: The Estate Planning of Art (pp. 111-147). (Estate Planning). Deventer, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

She teaches Tax Law (LL.B) and International Business Taxation (LL.M). She has also lectured and tutored in the Law of Trusts and Land Law.

Professor Natalie Lee
Southampton Law School, Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK

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