Higher Education

Ali Yousefi





Senior Lecturer

Qualification abbreviations

BA Hons (B Law and Taxation) [Monash], MB Law (HR Law Specialist) [Monash], MCom (M Prof. Accounting) [FedUni], Dip Edu, Dip TDD, Cert IV (TAE), ISO 9001 Cert (‘QMS’).


Ali is a Senior Lecturer at Holmes Institute (Faculty of Higher Education). He studied at Monash University and Federation University Australia. He has years of experience in public practice accounting in Australia and continues to hold a current practising certificate as a tax professional. 

Ali is experienced in designing and development of training resources. His Dip TDD enhanced his ability to analyse the organisations’ training needs and evaluate the effectiveness of training courses. He has built his instructional design expertise in developing training solutions and products to meet workplace requirements while including new learning technologies in delivery and assessment.

Ali has coordinated a number of units in MBA, MPA, and BPA programs and taught units in accounting, Australian business and taxation laws for Undergraduate and Masters Students. He is currently taxation law units’ coordinator at Holmes Institute. His areas of specialisation include Corporate Law, Taxation Law and Human Resource Law.

Teaching areas

  • Business and Corporate Law
  • Taxation Law
  • Legal Aspects of International Business and Enterprise
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Economics for Business
  • Accounting Principles & Practices
  • Audit, Assurance, and Compliance
  • Statistics for Business Decisions
  • Principles of Financial Management


  • The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB).
  • Member of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association
  • Member of the Australasian Law Teachers Association
  • Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).
  • Member of the Corporate Law Teachers Association
  • Member of Golden Key International Honors Society.

Research interest and areas

Civil and criminal penalties under the Corporations Act 2001. His current research focuses on corporate insolvency law (illegal phoenix activity), and accessorial liability under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act).