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Education CV

Kui Li is a PhD researcher at Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge and a member of Darwin College. His doctoral research is in the field of international taxation and focuses on taxing rights of low-income countries. He is a co-convenor of Cambridge Tax Discussion Group and formerly a senior editor of the student-run Cambridge Law Review. Kui's teaching interest extends beyond tax law and in particular includes English private law subjects. At Cambridge, he is a supervisor of Law of Contract. Prior to the doctoral research, Kui spent a few years in practice. He was a transaction tax manager at Ernst & Young in London after completing traineeships with PwC, Citigroup and Bessemer Trust, all in New York where he trained and qualified as a Certified Public Accountant in that state. Kui read tax law at Harris Manchester College, Oxford and Fordham.

Fields of research

International Taxation; Tax Treaties; Comparative Tax



Professor Peter Harris




"Should Low-Income Countries Sign Tax Treaties?" (2022) 76 Bulletin for International Taxation 9

(2022) 76 Bulletin for International Taxation 9
Published: Sep 2022