Dr Rami Hanegbi is a Lecturer in Deakin Law School. Rami obtained a Bachelor of Economics (with an Accounting major) and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours), as well as a Master of Laws, from Monash University, and has been admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria. He holds a PhD from Deakin University.
Rami's main areas of research interest are superannuation and taxation policy. He has published in these areas both domestically and internationally, and is currently completing a PhD titled 'Retirement Policy in an Ageing Society'. Rami has also co-authored two textbooks, 'Principles of Taxation Law' and 'Successful Tax Study'. Due to Rami's research, he has previously been invited by the Commonwealth Department of Treasury to give a seminar on the topic of retirement policy and has also been asked the Australian Law Reform Commission to give verbal input into an inquiry on retirement policies.
Rami has also been the recipient of a number of teaching awards across the university, faculty and school level.Read more on Rami's profile
- Retirement and Superannuation Law
- Taxation Law
- MLC703 - Principles of Income Tax Law
- MLL227 - Superannuation Law
- Taxation Law
- Superannuation Law
- Outstanding Unit Development Award, Deakin Law School, Deakin University, 2013.
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Commendation for Excellence in Teaching, Deakin University, 2011.
- Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence, Deakin University, 2011.
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Commendation for Excellence in Teaching, Deakin University, 2010.
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Commendation for Excellence in Teaching, Deakin University, 2008.
- Academic of the Year Award, Postgraduate Award, Deakin University Students Association, Deakin University, 2004.
- Outstanding Teaching Award, Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, 2004.
(2022), Vol. 37, pp. 573-609, Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2022), Vol. 29, pp. 522-544, Journal of law and medicine, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2020), Vol. 49, pp. 56-81, Australian tax review, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1
(2018), Vol. 39, pp. 331-362, Adelaide law review, Adelaide Law Review Association, C1
(2017), Vol. 32, pp. 541-576, Australian tax forum, Clayton, Vic., C1
(2017), Vol. 15, pp. 402-423, eJournal of tax research, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
R Hanegbi, W Obst
(2015), Vol. 36, pp. 483-516, Adelaide law review, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1
(2013), Vol. 23, pp. 1-22, Revenue law journal, Gold Coast, Qld., C1
(2013), Vol. 20, pp. 467-509, Virginia journal of social policy and the law, Charlottesville, Virginia, C1
(2010), Vol. 25, pp. 425-457, Australian tax forum, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2010), Vol. 25, pp. 303-326, Australian tax forum, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2006), Vol. 35, pp. 248-261, Australian tax review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
R Hanegbi, M Bagaric
(2004), Vol. 32, pp. 345-361, Australian business law review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
R Hanegbi, M Bagaric
(2004), Vol. 3, pp. 18-27, Journal of law and financial management, Macquarie University, NSW, C1
(2002), Vol. 7, pp. 349-365, Deakin law review, Geelong, Vic., C1
(2001), Vol. 55, pp. 571-578, Bulletin for international fiscal documentation : official organ of the Int. Fiscal Association, I.F.A. = bulletin de documentation fiscale internationale : organe officiel de l'I.F.A, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1
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