Biography

MPhil, BCL (Oxford); LLB (NUS)

I am currently writing up my DPhil on the idea of Standing in Private Law, under the co-supervision of Professors Robert Stevens and Sandy Steel. 

My primary research interests are in private law and commercial law. I also maintain a wider interest in the philosophy of private law. Because of the questions I answer in my DPhil, which cuts across several areas of private law, I am particularly interested in remedial matters. My research so far has spanned the laws of contract, restitution for unjust enrichment, estates (succession), trusts, insolvency, and torts.

I previously obtained my LLB (2014) from the National University of Singapore (NUS), where I was appointed an inaugural Sheridan Fellow, lecturing and tutoring contract law for a year at the NUS Faculty of Law. I came to Oxford as a Clarendon Scholar, where I read for the BCL (2016) and MPhil (2017). I have taught Commercial Remedies on the BCL, am a Graduate Mentor for the BCL at the Oxford Law Faculty, and Stipendiary Lecturer in Law at Merton College.

Research Interests

 Private Law - especially contract, unjust enrichment, personal property, and trusts. Related aspects of commercial law (especially insolvency). Philosophy of Private Law.

Options taught

Contract, Commercial Remedies

Research projects