About Vincent OOI
Tax Law Academic
Vincent is a Lecturer of Law at the Yong Pung How School of Law, Singapore Management University. His research largely focuses on Tax Law, with a particular interest in the intersection between Tax Law and Private Law. Vincent was previously Law Supervisor at Peterhouse College, Cambridge and has held research positions at all three law schools in Singapore (SMU, NUS, and SUSS). Vincent was previously Deputy Head of Tax at a Singapore law firm, where he helped set up and build the tax practice. He still regularly consults for law firms and other organisations on tax matters. Vincent was Co-Chair of the 2022 SMU IFA David R Tillinghast Global Digital Taxation Conference.
Vincent’s research has been published in numerous leading journals and his works include a textbook on Singapore Trusts Law and both Tax Law volumes of Halsbury’s Laws of Singapore. He is currently reading for a PhD in Tax Law at Downing College, Cambridge, courtesy of an MOE-START Overseas PhD Scholarship. Vincent read for his undergraduate law degree at Trinity College, Oxford, where he graduated with double first class honours, and as the top law student in Trinity College, Mowat Scholar and Editor-in-Chief of the Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal.