Timothy is currently working on his MPhil in law, a project on the enforceability of rights/duties in private law. Timothy read for his LLB at the National University of Singapore. Upon graduating from NUS he was appointed an inaugural Sheridan Fellow, where he lectured and taught tutorials in contract law for a year, before coming to Oxford as a Clarendon Scholar. On the BCL, he studied Corporate Insolvency, Commercial Remedies, Restitution for Unjust Enrichment, and Philosphical Foundations of the Common Law. He is primarily interested in private law, its proprietary aspects, and related areas of commercial law.


Research Interests

Remedies, Private Law (especially contract law), Philosophy of Private Law

Research projects