I am a second year PhD researcher, having won one of two highly competitive Birmingham Law School scholarships for my thesis in international legal theory. My research intersects across my main areas of interest, being public international law and jurisprudence.
I gained the LLM (with Distinction) at the University of Birmingham in ‘International Law: Crime, Justice and Human Rights’. I gained my LLB with the University of London’s external program. I currently lecture in Jurisprudence at Aston University and previously taught criminal law in a visiting lecturer capacity at the University of Birmingham. Additionally, I hold associate LLB lectureships with The Open University and Jersey Institute of Law. I have previous experience in further education, teaching law at a Birmingham city centre college.