I am a DPhil candidate at the Faculty of Law. My current research is in the area of constitutional theory studying the links between nationalism, national identity, and constitutions and their implications for democratic resilience. My doctorate is supervised by Professors Nicholas Barber and Catherine O'Regan. My broad research interests lie in the intersection of public law and politics, constitutional democracy, and accountability institutions.

I am currently a Stipendiary Lecturer in Public Law at Pembroke College where I teach Administrative Law. My teaching interests are in Administrative Law, Constitutional Law and Theory, and Jurisprudence. 

Prior to beginning my DPhil, I was a civil servant in the Government of India, and was the Director of the National Academy of Audit and Accounts, India where I trained newly recruited civil servants, and taught law, public policy, and administration. I hold a Bachelor of Laws from the National University of Juridical Sciences and an LL.M from Harvard University where I was a Fulbright Scholar.


Research projects & programmes

Public Law in Oxford Bonavero Discussion Group

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