My current research focuses on interdisciplinary and theoretical analyses of law, technologies, systems, and data.
My further research interests include the law of equity, legal histories, civil justice, psychoanalysis, literature, and language drawing upon critical theories, philosophy, and traditional jurisprudence.
I have presented my research at domestic and international conferences and published in legal and non-legal peer-reviewed journals, edited collections, and via online portals including The Conversation and Critical Legal Thinking.
I am author of three books Regulating Blockchain: Critical Perspectives in Law and Technology (Routledge, 2018), Data: New Trajectories in Law (Routledge, 2021), and Capitalism and the Equity Fetish: Desire, Property, Justice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)
I was co-founder of the Law, Information, Future, Technology (LIFT) research cluster with The Open University Law School and the Equity and Trusts Research Network (ETRN) with Kent University Law School.