My interests in the philosophy of law lie in general jurisprudence (foundations of legal systems) and in constitutional theory (constitutional change and constitutional interpretation). In my doctoral thesis, I developed an account of legal change going to the foundations of legal systems (HLA Hart’s rules of recognition). I have also written on constitutional interpretation in the United States (originalism) and in Poland.
Much of the work I present under the public law theme has strong theoretical elements.
My current teaching that involves philosophical issues:
- Ethics and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence — a compulsory module on the MSc in AI course offered by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Surrey.
- Privacy and Data Governance — an optional module for final-year law students at the University of Surrey School of Law.