About this Fellow
My research interests concern English criminal law and penal regulation (their history, and philosophical foundations), and in anti-corruption law world-wide. I am currently working on the application of the offence of 'misconduct in a public office' to elected public officials.
- Professor of Criminal Law, London School of Economics
Public law relating to regulation, including government management of the economy; public service law; administrative law; law and social theory
History and theory of international law from early modern statehood to modern international institutions; relations between sovereignty and property, and the fragmentation of international law in the twenty-first century
The history of eighteenth and nineteenth century English law and lawyers, with a special focus on the relationship between doctrine, institutions and legal and political thought
The dynamics, effectiveness and legitimacy of public and private regulatory regimes at national, regional and global levels