Biography

MPhil, BCL (Oxford); LLB (NUS)

My primary research interests are in private law (especially contract, and restitution). I also maintain a wider interest in the philosophy of private law. Because of the questions I answer in my DPhil, I am particularly interested in remedial issues. Answering these questions has required looking beyond traditionally defined areas of law, and so my research so far has spanned the laws of contract, restitution for unjust enrichment, 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, and was Stipendiary Lecturer in Law at Merton College. 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. 

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