Oskar is a DPhil candidate in Law, based at Lady Margaret Hall and supervised by Mr. Nicholas Bamforth. His research looks at the values underpinning same-sex orientation rights in constitutional adjudication across different jurisdictions. In particular, his doctoral research studies approaches in the United States, Canada, South Africa and the Council of Europe.
Oskar read for the BA Jurisprudence at Oxford, spending a year at Universiteit Leiden on the ERASMUS programme and receiving the Wronker Proxime, Gibbs and two Faculty Prizes. He subsequently read for the BCL, where he received two Faculty Prizes, and has recently completed an LLM at Yale University. In addition to research, Oskar offers teaching for colleges, and writes for a variety of legal and non-legal publications.