Dr Toan Le
- Swinburne Law School
- AGSE 326
Dr Toan Le is qualified Australian lawyer in the Supreme Court of Victoria and has engaged as an international expert for foreign aid organisations. Prior to joining Swinburne Law School, Toan worked at Monash University. Toan is an award winning teacher and has been awarded a teaching grant for his innovations in teaching. He was also the Director of the Tax Law Research Group in the Department of Business Law and Taxation at Monash University.
Toan completed his PhD at Monash University and has a Masters of Law from University of Melbourne. His current research interests are taxation and property law issues in relation to cryptocurrencies, studying the impact of algorithms on civic society and investigating how workers’ rights are being threatened by the force of globalisation and new technology as the world enters the fourth industrial revolution. He has published his work in the Sydney Law Review, Asian Journal Comparative Law, Journal of World Trade and New Zealand Journal of Tax Law and Policy.
Asian law and society; Property Law; Taxation Law; Finance Law; Labour law; Law and technology
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Law Reform - 480406
- Law In Context Not Elsewhere Classified - 480499
- Property Law (excl. Intellectual Property Law) - 480604
Property Law;Finance Law
Also published as: Le, Toan; Le, T.; Le, T. C.; Le, Toan C.
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