The Institute's Arthur Watts Senior Research Fellowship in public international law has been made possible through a number of benefactors, in particular, Allan Myers AO QC of Melbourne whose substantial donation was crucial in enabling the appointment and activities of the inaugural Arthur Watts Fellow, Jill Barrett. Further donations will ensure the long-term future of this important Fellowship and will enable us to increase our strength and reach in public international law.
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We would like to take the opportunity to thank all those who have donated to the Appeal to date, including:
£100,000 and above:
Allan Myers AO QC
£40,000 - £99,999:
Government of Brunei Darussalam; Three Crowns, Volterra Fietta; The Watts Family
£20,000 - £39,999:
Sir Franklin Berman KCMG QC; The Binks Trust; Foreign & Commonwealth Office; Lady Hazel Fox CMG QC; HSH Prince Han-Adam II of Liechtenstein; Dame Rosalyn Evans DBE FBA QC; Sir Michael Wood KCMG
£10,000 - £19,999:
Sir Daniel Bethlehem KCMG QC; The Hon Charles N Brower; Jeremy Carver CBE; Cecilia Gillett; Sir Christopher Greenwood CMG QC; Professor Vaughan Lowe QC
£1,000 - £9,999:
20 Essex Street, David H. Anderson CMG; Dame Mary Arden DBE QC; The Rt Hon Lord Collins of Mapesbury; Professor James Crawford SC LLD FBA; Eileen Denza CMG; David M Edwards CMG; Professor Philippe Sands QC; V V Veeder QC; Samuel Wordsworth QC
We would also like to thank our sponsors:
Debevoise & Plimpton; Essex Court Chambers; Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer; Volterra Fietta
For further information about the Appeal, please contact Sarah Taylor.
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