Biography

Aruna Nair is a Tutorial Fellow at Hertford College. She was previously a lecturer in law at King's College London, and completed her undergraduate and doctoral studies at Brasenose College, Oxford. Her research focuses on English property law, broadly conceived to include different aspects of the law of wealth and
control of wealth. Her primary research interest is in the question how English law, in different contexts, balances its respect for the private autonomy of owners with respect for other values and interests.

 

Publications

Recent additions

  • A Nair and Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry, 'Property, Equality, and the Freedom to Discriminate: The Case of the Discriminatory Gift' in Sue Farran, Russell Hewitson, Adam Ramshaw (ed), Modern Studies in Property Law, Volume 11 (Hart Publishing 2021) (forthcoming)
    ISBN: 9781509939282

Chapter (4)

A Nair and Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry, 'Property, Equality, and the Freedom to Discriminate: The Case of the Discriminatory Gift' in Sue Farran, Russell Hewitson, Adam Ramshaw (ed), Modern Studies in Property Law, Volume 11 (Hart Publishing 2021) (forthcoming)
ISBN: 9781509939282
A Nair, 'Morality and the mirror: the normative limits of the ‘principles of land registration'' in S Bright (ed), Modern Studies in Property Law Volume 6 (Hart Publishing 2011)

Internet Publication (1)

Book (2)

A Nair and J A MacKenzie, Textbook on Land Law (17th edn OUP 2018)

Journal Article (1)

Case Note (1)

Options taught

Land Law, Trusts

Research projects