I have always been fascinated with forensic science. My legal background gave me the opportunity to study the admissibility of evidence in court, while my PhD has allowed me to go in depth into the uncertainties surrounding forensic evidence and how these may be mitigated to ensure transparency and reliability in the courtroom.
Helping my students understand complex topics and ideas, by introducing them to clever and easy learning tools. I also like to challenge their critical thinking skills and push them to achieve the maximum of their potential.
I have experience with teaching undergraduate university seminar classes on topics of interdisciplinarity and research methods. I have significant experience with marking assignments and dissertations and can help with reviewing and working on these with the student in order to meet the required standards.
LLB, LLM, PhD (expected in September 2020)