I recently completed my PhD in Law at King’s College London, under a Dickson Poon Scholarship. Prior to this, I obtained a BA and a BPhil in Philosophy from the University of Oxford, and an MA in Medical Ethics and Law from King’s College London. My main areas of interest are criminal law and legal theory, medical law (most specifically mental health and capacity law), and moral philosophy. In particular, my research focuses on mental disorder as a factor relevant to culpability determinations within the criminal law.
I am very excited to join the project as an ERC Research Fellow, where I will be conducting research into the compatibility of objective standards of criminal culpability with an integrated approach to mental condition-based exculpation.