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Please note: Dr Cutts is on leave during Michaelmas Term 2019
Tatiana joined the department as an Assistant Professor in 2016. Prior to that she was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, and a senior lecturer at Keble College, University of Oxford. She received her D.Phil, entitled “The Role of Tracing in Claiming” from the University of Oxford in 2015. She is an Academic Fellow of the Inner Temple, and joint case notes editor for the Modern Law Review. In 2016, Tatiana was awarded the Modern Law Review Wedderburn Prize for her article "Tracing, Value and Transactions". Tatiana is particularly interested in law and technology, private law and legal theory. She is currently writing a book on artificial intelligence and the theory of adjudication (Artificial Adjudication).
Administrative support: Anastasia Siapka
Monetary Theory, Payment Systems, Digital Commerce, (Real and Personal) Property, Equity, Unjust Enrichment, Torts, Contract, Commercial Law, Civl Procedure.
Joint case notes editor for the Modern Law Review.
Academic Fellow of the Inner Temple.
Law of Obligations: LL104
Property II: LL275
Property I: LL105
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