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Email

emv28@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

Education:

- University of Kent 2013-2016 (LLB Honours: First Class).

- University College London 2016-2017 (LLM: Distinction).

Awards:

- Pump Court Tax Chambers Prize for the best International and Commercial Trusts Law Essay 2017.

- Cambridge Law Journal PhD Studentship 2017.

- Denning Scholarship 2017.

- Hardwicke Entrance Scholarship 2017.

- Social Sciences Faculty Prize for outstanding performance within the degree programme 2016.

- Hallett Prize for best dissertation in any year 2016.

- Head of School’s Prize for Outstanding Student Work on Critical Legal Thought 2016.

- Edinburgh University Press prize for the best Law, Space and Power Essay 2016.

- Kent Law Society Prize for the best overall mooting team 2016.

Fields of research

- Equity and Trusts.

- Land Law.

- Registration systems.

 

The effect of (non-)registration on property rights

Summary

Examining the effect of (non-)registration on legal rights and the role of registers more generally. I will investigate the personal and proprietary rights of parties, as well as the effect of these rights on both innocent and fraudulent third parties, throughout the registration process. I will also consider the compatibility of registration systems and the involvement of the general law, as well as the resolution of conflicts between the general law and the register.

Supervisors

- Professor Sarah Worthington

- Amy Goymour