"To study in Oxford is an absolute privilege. To study the Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford provides for an exercise in legal analysis and thought arguably unrivalled anywhere in the world. Studying the BCL here ensures that I can pursue academic interests such as Competition and EU law whilst being trained in the subtle skills of legal problem solving and jurisprudential thought that are in high demand at the professional Bar.
Without scholarships of the kind granted by Essex Court Chambers I would simply not have had the financial resources for further study here in Oxford. It is my belief that assistance of this kind at the academic stage of training can further the ambitions of both the profession and its prospective members alike."
Paul Fisher - Essex Court Chambers' Scholar.
The full list
- 3 Verulam Buildings: Luke Rostill (BCL)
- Centre for Ethics and Philosophy of Law: Guy Sela (DPhil)
- Essex Court Chambers: Paul Fisher (BCL)
- Fountain Court: Kristof Von Csefalay-Bartal (BCL)
- Freshfields: Georg Mueller-Guntrum (MJur), Jan Zglinski (MJur), Frederick Wilmot-Smith (MPhil), Ana Aliverti (DPhil), Andrew Dyson (MPhil).
- Graduate Assistance Fund: Angela Ha (BCL), Jonathan Greenacre (MLF), Daniel Pascoe (DPhil), Rudina Jasini (DPhil)
- Linklaters: Sarah Burningham (BCL)
- Myers: Frances Gordon (BCL), Michael Crawford (BCL)
- Peter Birks: Aaron Rathmell (MPhil)
- Roy Goode: Anne Carter (MPhil)
- Shearman & Sterling: Oliver Lynch (BCL)
- UK Foundation for International Uniform Law: Ciara Kennefick (DPhil)
- Winter Williams: Jasdeep Ranhawa (BCL), Kumaravadivel Guruparan (BCL)