Academic CV

The following is an abridged version of my academic CV.

London Interdisciplinary School

Assistant Professor (2022 – present)

Member of the interdisciplinary faculty, consisting of academics from at least sixteen different disciplinary backgrounds. Developing and teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules on technology and ethics, introduction to law, and AI regulation.

University of Birmingham

Lecturer in Law and Data Science (2021-2022)

Joint appointment by the School of Law and the School of Computer Science (tenure track). Programme Director of the MSc in Responsible Data Science. Co-lead of the Law and Tech Cluster. Developed and taught postgraduate modules on technology regulation and socio-technical systems. Supervision of postgraduate dissertations.

University of Amsterdam

Junior Researcher & Junior Lecturer (2018-2019)

Assisted Professor Ingo Venzke with research on international law and social justice. Taught undergraduate students a range of modules on international law, legal theory, political theory, and philosophy of science.

University of Birmingham

PhD in Law (2019 – present)

Research under joint supervision by the School of Law and the School of Computer Science. Thesis topic: the responsible governance of computer vision technologies. Supervised by Professor Karen Yeung and Dr Hyung Jin Chang.

University of Cambridge

Master of Law (LLM) (2017-2018)

Specialised in international law and legal theory. Thesis topic: the right to revolt under international human rights law. Supervised by Professor Surabhi Ranganathan.

University of Amsterdam

BSc in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) (2014-2017)

Interdisciplinary programme; specialised in international and comparative law. Thesis topic: the independence of European fundamental rights from a jurisprudential perspective. Supervised by Robert Weaver and Dr Tom Theuns.