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Keni Josifoski

Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) - University of Canberra
Bachelor of Commerce (Acc) - University of Canberra
Master of Laws - University of Sydney
Master of Taxation - University of Sydney


Admitted to the Bar 2015


Keni practises in commercial and administrative law, with a particular focus in taxation and revenue. Called to the Bar in 2015, Keni is regularly briefed in taxation disputes by taxpayers and the Commissioner of Taxation. He accepts briefs in all areas of the law.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Keni worked in the Tax Controversy team at MinterEllison. Keni has completed a Master of Laws and Master of Taxation at The University of Sydney. He is lecturer of the Tax Litigation course in the Master of Taxation program at The University of Sydney Law School.

Keni appears led and unled in the NSW Supreme Court, Federal Court of Australia and Administrative Appeals Tribunal. In addition to advocacy, Keni’s practice also involves opinion and advisory work.

Keni is listed:

  • as a “leading junior” in the Legal 500’s Commercial Disputes section for the Australian Bar (2023, 2024)
  • in Doyles Guide, “Leading Tax Barristers – New South Wales” (2022, 2023)
  • as a “rising star” in the Legal 500’s Commercial Disputes section for the Australian Bar (2022).

Principal Areas of Practice

  • Commercial Law See all +Close -
    • Administrative Law
    • Bankruptcy and Insolvency
    • Corporations and Securities
  • Equity See all +Close -
    • Trusts
  • Public and Administrative Law See all +Close -
    • Appellate
    • Constitutional Law
    • Judicial review and administrative law
    • Merits review
    • Proceeds of crime
    • Public law
  • Taxation and Revenue See all +Close -
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Appellate
    • Capital gains tax
    • Goods and services tax
    • Income tax
    • International tax
    • Land tax
    • Payroll tax
    • Stamp duty and other state taxes



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