Mira Brewster
State Tax Specialist - Sydney

Mira is a State Tax Specialist within the Indirect Tax team in Sydney, specialising in duties. 

Mira's extensive and detailed work in taxation has allowed her to develop her skills and specialise in providing high-level stamp duty advice to clients. She is passionate about helping her clients navigate the complexities of tax and making sure they make the most tax-effective decisions.

"Reviewing and advising on the best tax structures and solutions for my clients is both challenging and very rewarding."

Prior to her role at RSM, Mira worked at Revenue NSW as a senior technical advisor (stamp duty) for the Chief Commissioner of State Revenue for ten years. Mira also worked for a leading law firm as a senior lawyer, providing stamp duty advice within the indirect tax team.

Mira is actively involved in consulting with state and territory governments and revenue authorities on the implementation and administration of new state tax laws.



  •  Legal Practitioner - The Law Society of NSW
  •  The Tax Institute - Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA)
  •  Admitted to practice - High Court of Australia (Issued Nov 2008) 
  •  Admitted to practice - Supreme Court of New South Wales (Issued Oct 2006)
  •  Committee Member - NSW Law Society and Revenue NSW Liaison Committee - The Law Society of NSW
  •  Appointed as the Chair of the Tax Institute’s NSW State Taxes Committee. The Committee comprises of state taxation experts who provide strategic direction across new (and proposed) legislation, new cases and Revenue NSW issues on duties, land tax and payroll tax.


  •  Master of Laws (LLM) (Taxation) - The University of Sydney (Sydney Law School)
  •  Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GradDipLP) - University of Western Sydney
  •  Postgraduate practical legal training program - The College of Law, New South Wales
  •  Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) / Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Business Law) - University of Western Sydney


  •  Highest grade in the CTA3 Advisory Assessment only cohort (2014) - The Tax Institute