I am an Associate Professor at the Law Faculty and the Hanbury Fellow and Tutor in Law at Lincoln College.
As an undergraduate, I read law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford (2007-2010), before taking the BPTC (2010-11), and I returned to Corpus to read for an M.St in Legal Research (2011-2012). I then read for a doctorate at Girton College, Cambridge (2012-2016), for which I was awarded a Yorke Prize by the Cambridge Faculty of Law. I then took up a position as a Fellow and Director of Studies for the Law Tripos at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (2015-2018).
My research focuses on trusts, fiduciaries, and equitable remedies in the commercial sphere. I am especially interested in the use of legal historical method to shed light on modern legal problems and on how private law took its modern structure. I am also interested in the nature of the 'fiduciary' duties owed by the Crown to native peoples.
A Televantos, 'Losing the fiduciary requirement for equitable tracing' (2017) 133 Law Quarterly Review 492
A Televantos, 'Review of The Duty to Account: Development and Principles by JA Watson' (2017) 76 Cambridge Law Journal [Review]
A Televantos, 'Trusteeship, Ostensible Authority, and Land Registration: The Category Error in Wishart' (2016) Conveyancer 181
A Televantos, 'Teaching an old dog new tricks: liability of banks in equity for misappropriated funds' (2016) 31 Butterworth’s Journal of International Banking and Finance Law 451
A Televantos, 'Unconscionable bargains, overreaching, and overriding interests' (2016) 75 Camridge Law Journal 458 [Case Note]
A Televantos and L Maniscalco, 'Stay on Target: Compensation and Causation in Breach of Trust claims' (2015) 2015 Conveyancer 348 [Case Note]
A Televantos and L Maniscalco, 'Proprietary Estoppel and Vendor Purchaser Constructive Trusts' (2015) 74 Cambridge Law Journal 27 [Case Note]
A Televantos, 'Constructive trusts and limitation: Williams v Central Bank of Nigeria' (2014) 30 Journal of Professional Negligence [Case Note]
Property (real and personal), Trusts, Equity, Insolvency, Legal History, and Commercial Law