I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Public Law and Legal Theory at the University of Surrey School of Law. I am also:
Previously, I taught Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, European Union Law and Roman Law at the University of Oxford. I was also a Visiting Scholar at the University of Melbourne. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
I specialise in law & technology, public law (constitutional and administrative law), and in legal theory (philosophy of law).
As a former computer programmer, I am interested in connections between law and technology, both from practical and philosophical perspectives. Some of my current research projects include:
I am also pursuing projects on Brexit (disentangling UK and European Union law, constitutional consequences of Brexit) and on the role of fundamental rights and principles in statutory interpretation.
I published in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, the Law Quarterly Review, Public Law, Notre Dame Law Review Online and in several edited collections. I also blog (e.g., at the UK Constitutional Law Blog and at I·CONnect ). (For details see my Publications page.)