PhD student, King’s College London
Matthew is a third year PhD student at King’s College London. Working under the supervision of Leif Wenar, his focus is on the philosophy and law of property. The title of his thesis is ‘Pluralism and Possibility: The Ethics of South Africa’s Radical and Transformative Approach to Property’.
Matthew is an admitted attorney in South Africa, where he worked for several years as a litigator for the form Webber Wentzel, in Johannesburg. He also clerked for the Chief Justice of South Africa’s Constitutional Court and worked as a researcher for the Helen Suzman Foundation, a public interest NGO. Lastly, he has an LLB from the University of KwaZulu Natal and has read for the BCL and MPhil in Law at the University of Oxford.
Saturday 2 November, 14:00 Frobisher Auditorium 2
Who’s sorry now? The politics of apology