Ravi is an MSt candidate at Oxford, where he is researching private collective redress mechanisms in relation to mass torts under the supervision of Professor Adrian Zuckerman.  As well as professional qualifications, he holds a History BA (Hons) (First Class) from the University of Bristol and an LLM (Distinction) from University College London.

Ravi is a practising barrister in England and Wales.  He has significant experience in conducting complex disputes (including applications for interim relief) in arbitrations and High Court litigation.  In practice, Ravi has been regularly asked to advise upon the design and implementation of novel private collective redress mechanisms in the UK, particularly arising from high-profile alleged mass torts and the documents underpinning these mechanisms.  He has designed and advised upon joint defence agreements in some of the largest and most complicated on-going collective litigation in the High Court.

Ravi has been involved in reported cases in a wide range of jurisdictions, including England, the Caribbean, the United States, India and North Africa, and undertaken internships in Dubai and Egypt. He was previously the judicial assistant to the President of the QBD in the Court of Appeal, where he assisted The Rt Hon Sir Anthony May. 

Ravi has been awarded Lord Denning, Lord Brougham, Hubert Greenland and Hardwicke scholarships by Lincoln's Inn and teaches Civil Procedure on the BCL/MJur where he also convenes the Law Faculty’s Procedural Justice and Evidence Discussion Group.  Ravi has written and spoken on a diverse range of legal subjects related to civil procedure and underlying civil justice and, in his spare time, was previously the chair of a large mental health charity in the City of London. 

Research Interests

Civil Procedure; Collective Litigation; Private Redress; Commercial Litigation

Options taught

Principles of Civil Procedure

Research projects