Named in honour of Sir Norman Anderson, The Norman Anderson Law Award is made available through the generous support of multiple donors. It is awarded to support an Evangelical student pursuing a PhD in law or post-doctoral studies who is committed to exploring the interface of Christian faith and law.
Jonathan is a Departmental Lecturer in Law and Finance at the University of Oxford, where he is also completing a DPhil (PhD) in Law. Jonathan is passionate about furthering understanding of how corporate law and financial regulation can contribute to societal welfare and flourishing. His doctoral research concerns the role of reputation and self-regulation in securities markets. He was formerly based in Toronto, Canada, where he practised law with a large corporate firm. Jonathan is married to Antje, who is pursuing her DPhil in medieval English literature. Their shared loves include the poet John Donne, peeling and chopping their way through cookbooks together (Falastin is a favourite), and the French language (which they speak at home).
Felipe is a PhD candidate in Public Law at University of Coimbra (Portugal), holds a Master’s Degree in International Law at University of Coimbra and a Bachelor of Laws at Universidade Estadual da Paraíba (Brazil). He is currently the Editor-in-chief of the Brazilian Journal of Law and Religion (ReBraDiR), and member of the FPIN (Faith and Public Integrity Network) Steering Committee, ANAJURE (Brazilian Association of Christian Lawyers) Steering Committee, and FIAJC (Inter-American Federation of Christian Lawyers) Deliberative Council.