I’m a PhD candidate in Law at University College London. My research draws from ecology and evolutionary economics to ask how competition law can understand market competition as a process. I work as a graduate lecturer at the UCL Laws, where I also run the Law and Political Economy Group.
I hold a master’s degree in Politics and Technology from the Technical University Munich and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from The University of Manchester. I previously worked for six years as a software engineer at Google, mostly in the security and privacy space.
I’m interested in topics which ultimately impact human flourishing. In particular, virtue ethics and how social technologies can be a force for good in an age of metacrisis (surpassed planetary boundaries, increasing inequality, geopolitical strife, existential risk production, etc). Here is a list of things I believe.