Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors

Allen & Overy LLPThe AB Charitable Trust
Barclays Bank PLCThe A G Leventis Foundation and H K Leventis Family
Clifford Chance LLPThe Sir Joseph Hotung Charitable Settlement
Ghazi Nahl and Hind Ali TabajaThe Andrew W Mellon Foundation

John Adams

Travers Smith LLP
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP 

Vice Chancellor’s Circle

Allan Myers AC QC Pinsent Masons LLP 
Baker McKenzie LLPPlanethood Foundation
CMSSir David Lewis DL, Alderman
Commonwealth Scholarships for Asia and AfricaShell International B.V.
Daniel SlifkinShearman & Sterling LLP 
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP Slaughter and May 
Herbert Smith Freehills LLPSwiss Reinsurance Company Ltd
Hogan Lovells LLPThe Brunsfield Foundation in Malaysia
Linklaters LLPThe David and Elaine Potter Foundation
Paul DodykThe European Justice Forum 
White & Case LLP

Senior Foundation Benefactors

Sir Frank Berman KCMG QCThe Open Society Foundations
Lady Edwina GrosvenorThe Open Society Youth Initiative
The Oak FoundationThe Sigrid Rausing Trust

Foundation Benefactors

3 Verulam BuildingsMaitland Chambers
4 New SquareMayer Brown LLP
The Bertha FoundationPump Court Tax Chambers
Aall Foundation 

Ragnar Söderbergs Stiftelse 

Blakey Foundation South Square
Des Voeux ChambersTencent
Fountain Court ChambersTemple Chambers
GoogleThe Bertha Foundation
HSA AdvocatesThe UK Foundation for International Law
Kenny LamThe Morris Trust

Torsten Söderbergs Stiftelse 

Yves and Anne Bonevero 

Sarosh Zaiwalla 

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

GOLDs (Global Oxford law Donor Scheme)

7 King's Bench WalkGoldsmith Chambers
8 New SquareHarris Kyriakides LLC
Alan G. WeilerKirkland & Ellis
Aron Ping D'Souza One Essex Court
Eric L. LewisOxford University Press
Fietta LLPProfessor Sir Roy Goode CBE QC
Francis Taylor BuildingThe Kalisher Trust
Gabriel Moss QCThe David and Jayne Paterson Educational Trust
Guido AlpaShardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
Genevieve Muinzer and Nick SegalSkadden Arps
Powell GilbertVolterra Fietta

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.