Shu-Yi Oei

Professor and Dean's Distinguished Scholar

Profile

Shu-Yi Oei Oei’s recent work has focused on innovations in the arena of human capital investments and the taxation and regulation of new industries such as the gig economy. Her research interests also include social insurance and the relationship between tax administration and economic security, and privacy and transparency in domestic and international tax enforcement and administration.  Oei joined the Boston College Law School faculty in 2017 after teaching at Tulane Law School from 2009-2017. At Tulane, she was the inaugural holder of the Hoffman F. Fuller Professorship in Tax Law and also received the 2014 Felix Frankfurter Distinguished Teaching award, Tulane Law School’s highest teaching honor.  Before joining the Tulane faculty, she practiced tax law in Boston for six years. Her practice included advising clients on federal, state and cross-border tax matters, transactional tax planning and tax controversies. In addition to her law degree from Harvard University, Oei holds a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School, and a A.B. from Brown University.