Associate Professor Tatiana Cutts


Tatiana joined MLS from the London School of Economics in 2020. Her research spans law and technology, private law and legal theory. She has conducted extensive public-facing work on blockchain technology and cryptoassets, and is currently writing a book ("Artificial Justice") on the relationship between algorithmic and human decision-making in matters of justice.

Tatiana’s recent publications include: "Smart Contracts and Consumers" (2019) 122 West Virginia L Rev 389–445; "Dummy Asset Tracing" Law Quarterly Review (2019) 135, 140–165; "Modern Money had and Received" (2018) 38 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1–25, and "Tracing, Value and Transactions" (2016) 79 Modern Law Review 381–405 (for which she received the 2017 Wedderburn Prize). Her article "Unjust Enrichment: What We Owe to Each Other" is forthcoming in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 2021.

Tatiana is an Academic Fellow of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, and received her D.Phil, BCL and LLB from the University of Oxford.


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