Stephen has a first-class degree in law from the University of Cambridge and is a Senior Scholar of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. Stephen was a visiting Lecturer at the London School of Economics and a visiting Professor of Law at Pepperdine University in California.

In recent years, Stephen has published various articles in the Law Society Gazette and Arbitration International. These reviews showcase Stephen’s extensive knowledge and expertise in international law, offering valuable insights to the legal community.

  • Why Cities are the Building Blocks of International Law, Edited by Helmut Philipp Aust and fanne E. Nijman (Click here to read)
  • The Oxford Handbook on Atrocity Crimes, Edited by Barbora Holá, Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira and Maartje Weerdesteijn (Click here to read)
  • Human Rights Litigation Against Multinationals in Practice, Edited by Richard Meeran and Jahan Meeran (Click here to read)
  • Mann and Proctor on the Law of Money (Eighth edition), Charles Proctor (Click here to read)
  • The Case of the Welched Reward: Spies, the FBI and pursuit of Peru’s Most Infamous Fugitive, Mark A. Cymrot (Click here to read)
  • Emilio Augustin Maffezini v. Kingdom of Spain and the ICSID Secretary-General’s Screening Power, Arbitration International (Click here to read)
  • Secrets of Succession, International Succession (Fifth edition), Edited by Louis Garb and Richard Norridge (Click here to read)
  • On Arbitration: VV Veeder QC, Selected Writings and Contributions to the Development of Law, One of the ‘Greater Minds and Finer Characters’ (Click here to read)