Thomas’ doctoral research focuses on the interpretation and enforcement of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) licences from the perspective of common law and civil law systems. He has been working under the joint supervision of Professor Graeme Dinwoodie and Professor Ansgar Ohly. Thomas is a recipient of the Clarendon Fund Scholarship and a research student member of the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (OIPRC). He formerly acted as co-convenor of the Oxford Intellectual Property Law Discussion Group (IPDG). He maintains a strong interest in a range of issues concerning the relationship between law, society and technology.
Intellectual Property Law, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), Software, Copyright Law, Contract Law, Contract Theory, Emerging/Disruptive Technologies.