Trenton is a DPhil candidate at Regent’s Park College, supervised by Professors James Edwards and Kate Greasley. His research pertains to the intersection of criminal punishment, excuses, and emotions. He is one of the Convenors of the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group.

He received an LLB from the University of Cambridge (First-class), before pursuing an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (Distinction). After that he returned to the study of law, taking the Bachelor of Civil Law from the University of Oxford (Distinction). 


Research Interests

Punishment, Excuses, Emotions, Criminal Legal Theory, Euthanasia, Jurisprudence

Research projects & programmes

Jurisprudence Discussion Group