The Law Faculty would like to take this opportunity to thank all its benefactors.

Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors

The AB Charitable TrustDeutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Dienst (DAAD)
Allen & Overy LLPSir Joseph Hotung Charitable Settlement
Barclays Bank PLCAndrew W. Mellon Foundation
Frau Anneliese BrostNorton Rose Fulbright LLP
Clifford Chance LLPTravers Smith LLP

Vice Chancellor’s Circle

John Adams Linklaters LLP
Baker McKenzie LLPAllan Myers AC QC 
CMS Cameron McKenna LLPPinsent Masons LLP 
Paul DodykShell International B.V. 
The European Justice ForumShearman & Sterling LLP 
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP Slaughter and May 
Herbert Smith Freehills LLPSwiss Reinsurance Company Ltd
Hogan Lovells LLPDaniel Slifkin 
The A.G. Leventis Foundation
and the H.K. Leventis Family
White & Case LLP
Sir David Lewis DL, Alderman 

Senior Foundation Benefactors

Sir Frank Berman KCMG QCThe David and Elaine Potter Foundation
The Brunsfield Foundation in Malaysia

The Sigrid Rausing Trust

Lady Edwina GrosvenorTencent
The Open Society Youth Initiative 

Foundation Benefactors

3 Verulam BuildingsThe Morris Trust
4 New SquarePlanethood Foundation
The Bertha FoundationPump Court Tax Chambers
Kathryn CampbellRagnar Söderbergs Stiftelse
Des Voeux ChambersSouth Square
Foundation for International LawTemple Chambers
Fountain Court ChambersTorsten Söderbergs Stiftelse
Mayer Brown LLPWeil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

GOLDs (Global Oxford law Donor Scheme)

7 King's Bench WalkGenevieve Muinzer and Nick Segal
8 New SquareOxford University Press
Francis Taylor BuildingThe David and Jayne Paterson Educational Trust
Gide Loyrette Nouel LLPPowell Gilbert
HSA AdvocatesProfessor Stephen A. Scott
Professor Sir Roy Goode CBE QCShardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
Gullan & GullanVolterra Fietta
Maitland Chambers 

Donations to the Faculty of Law are received in accordance with the University’s Donor Charter.

The naming of academic posts in honour of benefactors is in recognition of our gratitude for major support of the study of Law in Oxford, and reflects the contribution of a donor to particular areas of study in the Faculty of Law.

Persons holding posts named for a benefactor are appointed by the Faculty in the normal rigorous way through open competition, by University selection panels which do not include representatives of the donor.  All holders of named posts are employees of the University, with all the rights to permanent employment and all the responsibilities of employees of the University, including academic freedom and independence in writing and researching.  Holding a post named in honour of a benefactor does not make the post holder an employee of the benefactor, nor does it permit the benefactor to influence the research of the post holder in any way.