Helen studied BA Honours (English Literature) and LLB at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, before coming to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Having completing the BCL with distinction in 2014, she is currently reading for the MPhil in Law under the supervision of Prof. Sandra Fredman. Her research involves a comparative analysis of the remedial responses to violations of socio-economic rights in South Africa and India. Helen recently undertook an internship at UN Women in New York, where her research focused on LGBTI and indigenous peoples.

Languages: English, Afrikaans

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  • Taylor, 'Time to Move Beyond the Binary Divide? The Development of the Test to Distinguish Between Employees and Independent Contractors in South Africa, the UK and the US' (2012) Responsa Meridiana


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Human Rights Law; Constitutional and Administrative Law; Equality and Discrimination Law; Philosophy of Law

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