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Researcher biography

Robert Mullins graduated with degrees in English and Law from the University of Queensland. Following graduation, he commenced postgraduate study at Oxford University. Whilst at Oxford, he completed both undergraduate and masters degrees in philosophy. He is currently completing his Doctor of Philosophy in Law at Oxford. His doctoral research is a philosophical study of relational norms-norms that regulate our various relationships with one another-in morality and law. His research interests lie across a variety of areas in legal philosophy.

From 2014-2015 Robert was a lecturer in Jurisprudence at St Anne's College, Oxford. He is also a former co-convenor of Oxford's Jurisprudence Discussion Group (2014-2015).

Featured projects Duration
Rights in Private Law Reasoning
The University of Queensland
20162017
Rights in Artificial Intelligence
The University of Queensland
20162017