I am a Lecturer in Corporate Governance and Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast. I teach on our LLM in International Business Law. I also teach Company Law and Corporate Governance on our LLB programme.
My main research interests focus on how to think about the corporate purpose, especially with regard to standard models of the shareholder-oriented corporation. I am also interested in normative questions around ideas of accountability, whether at the individual level or at the level of the corporation itself. So I read widely, from company law to public administration to social and political philosophy. This website contains links to my research.
My CV is available here.
PhD in Political Philosophy, 2003
Queen's University Belfast
MA Political Theory, 1996
University College Dublin
BA(mod) Economics and Philosophy, 1995
Trinity College Dublin
I teach on the following modules at Queen’s University Belfast:
I also supervise postgraduate research projects on
I welcome proposals related to how corporations think in moral terms, including how they engage with ideas of accountability, and how they generate narratives about their approaches to human rights.