Biography

Josh is currently working on his DPhil, under the supervision of Professor John Gardner, Professor Ruth Chang, and Dr James Edwards. His research is on the nature of guidance, with a focus on if and how the law can be said to guide our lives, and the implications of this for law's normativity, authority, the rule of law, and some wider issues in general philosophy.

Josh is also Martin Senior Scholar and lecturer at Worcester College, Oxford, where he previously read for his BA and BCL.

He is currently a co-convenor of the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group and an editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal.

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Jurisprudence; philosophy of reasons, normativity, and practical reasoning; philosophy of tort law; tort law.

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Jurisprudence, A Roman Introduction to Private Law

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