PhD Law researcher, University of Cambridge
Kui Li, BEcon (TUFE), MSc (Fordham), MSc (Oxon) is a PhD in Law researcher at Cambridge. His research is in the field of international tax law and focuses on the allocation of taxing rights to developing countries. Kui's research interests derive from his study at Oxford where he was also awarded a distinction and the Law Faculty Prize. Prior to the doctoral research, Kui spent a few years in practice, principally in London and New York; he was a transaction tax manager at EY London, advising businesses on UK tax issues in M&A transactions in a broad range of industries from electric vehicles to pig farms.