Roles and subjects
Stipendiary Lecturer in Law
I read for the BA in Jurisprudence (2014-2017) at Brasenose College, Oxford, for which I received the Martin Wronker Prize for the best performance in FHS. I returned to Brasenose to read for the Bachelor of Civil Law (2018-2019) as a Temple Chambers Scholar, ultimately receiving a distinction.
I was then appointed a Lecturer in Law (2019) at Brasenose, before taking up a Prize Fellowship at All Souls College.
Commercial remedies; Unjust enrichment
Contract; Tort; Trusts; Remedies; Unjust enrichment; Jurisprudence; Moral and political philosophy; Linguistics.
- ‘Mistaken payments, quasi-contracts, and the “justice” of unjust enrichment’ (2022) 42 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 606.
- ‘Taking trusts seriously’ (2021) 137 Law Quarterly Review 305.
- ‘Between rocks and hard places: limitation, privilege, and mistakes of law’ (2022) Law Quarterly Review, forthcoming (with Emma Rawkins)
- ‘Knowing receipt: continuing trusts and conscionability’ (2022) Modern Law Review, forthcoming.
- ‘Interest and enrichment, again’ (2022) 138 Law Quarterly Review 186 (with Emma Rawkins).
- ‘What’s “unjust” about unjust enrichment: an answer at last?’ (2021) Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 63.
- ‘In defence of Sempra’ (2019) Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 38.
- ‘Marr v Collie: The ballooning of the common intention constructive trust’ (2019) 82 Modern Law Review 145.
Subject notes for courses taught at Jesus College:
See also Faculty of Law’s website.