Eu-Jin is a prize winning researcher and an academic lawyer with practical experience in the areas of taxation law, commercial law and the law as it relates to government. He has practised at a top three national law firm, and has been consulted by members of the Bar (including Her Majesty’s Counsel for the State of Victoria) in relation to various matters in addition to having addressed the Full Court of the Supreme Court of Victoria as Counsel. Eu-Jin is a leader in the legal profession as the Chair (in 2008 and in 2009) of the Administrative Review and Constitutional Law Committee at the Law Institute of Victoria, and as a member of the Administrative Law Specialist Accreditation Advisory Committee, Taxation and Revenue Committee, State Taxes Committee and Executive Committee of the Administrative Law and Human Rights Section at the Institute, the peak body for Victorian lawyers which provides input to the Federal and Victorian governments on the initiation, design and implementation of various policies.
A Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia, Chartered Tax Adviser and an Accredited Specialist in Administrative Law, Eu-Jin is a former Editor of one of Australia’s leading refereed tax journals (the Journal of Australian Taxation, which appears to have been cited by courts in Australia more than any other Australian tax journal) and he has sat on the Editorial Board of the Melbourne University Law Review, Australia’s most cited law journal and the world’s second most cited general law journal published outside the United States of America. Eu-Jin has also been an external editor for the Law Institute Journal (the only refereed journal in the State of Victoria that is dedicated to the provision of information which is of practical import to legal practitioners in the jurisdiction), and was commissioned by publisher LexisNexis Butterworths to update the ‘Income and Assessable Income’ chapter in the Taxatio