Teaching Fellow/ Consultant in Applied Ethics, University of Leeds

I recently completed my PhD at the University of Leeds. My thesis concerned the morality of transitional justice, and developed an account of the moral principles that states should adopt in the process of transition from authoritarian rule to democracy.

At present, my research is concerned with core problems at the intersection of ethics and the law. This includes the problem of political legitimacy and the legitimacy of law-making, the concept of the rule of law, the role that democracy plays in legitimising the state (and its laws) and the problem of justifying legal punishment.

Experience

  • –present
    Teaching Fellow/ Consultant in Applied Ethics, University of Leeds

Education

  • 2017 
    University of Leeds, PhD