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Shee Boon Law

Shee Boon Law

Shee Boon Law is Director of International Tax at DLA Piper UK, where he advises clients on international tax and transfer pricing aspects of outbound corporate tax structuring and associated controversy issues involving international and EU tax law. 

Prior to joining DLA Piper, Dr Law accumulated over 20 years of tax advisory experience working with tax authorities globally from his prior roles at the New Zealand tax authorities, the OECD in France and IBFD in the Netherlands. 

At the OECD he was responsible for the dialogue with non-OECD economies on international tax instruments such as the OECD Model Tax Convention and the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines. In this role, he worked with over 50 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the Baltic countries to assist in the analysis, implementation and application of OECD guidelines. While at IBFD, he managed the training and research services that IBFD offered and provided advice and technical assistance on international tax and transfer pricing issues to multinationals and governments of different countries.

Dr Law has a doctorate degree in Accounting. He has published numerous articles in academic and professional journals and speaks regularly at international conferences.  He contributes to several IBFD courses, including the International Tax Planning course, that is part of the IBFD Advanced Certificate in International Taxation (APCIT) programme.



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