LLB (Hons) (York)
I completed my undergraduate degree at York Law School, graduating with an LLB (Hons). I commenced my PhD, funded by York Law School, in 2018.
I am a Senior Editor for the York Law Review and the Convenor of the Sounding Board Seminars.
My research focuses on the legal implications in employment law and tort which may arise from work in the so-called gig economy. By taking a case study approach, I am examining various forms of work to understand how the law should respond to any identified challenges.
The Conversation, ‘Uber drivers ruling: how thousands working in the UK’s gig economy could benefit’ 19 February 2021.
Ticker News (Australia), Interview regarding the repercussions following the UK Supreme Court judgment granting worker status to Uber drivers, 23 February 2021.