Among the first Chevening Scholars, the Honorable Mr. Justice Winston Anderson is a judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the highest judicial tribunal in the Caribbean. He earned a Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge, in 1988 with the help of a Chevening Scholarship, majoring in International and Environmental Law. He is also a founding member of the UNEP’s International Advisory Council.
Business and law
Justice Winston AndersonJudge of the Caribbean Court of Justice, Barbados
Juliano FroehnerTechnology Lawyer and Entrepreneur, Brazil
Juliano Froehner is an international lawyer and business developer. He was involved in the creation of technology innovation companies such as Pele Nova Biotechnology, Altaeros Energies, Tá.Na.Hora Digital Health, and Petatron Clean Energy. He has won multiple international awards, including the one from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, for his social entrepreneurship technology for early brain development support, SMSBebê. Juliano was a Chevening Scholar at the University of Warwick, graduating with an LLM in International Economic Law.
Joaquin PaniSenior Associate, Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, Mexico
Joaquin Pani is a Senior Associate with Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, S.C. in Mexico City, where he specialises in mergers and acquisitions, private equity, finance, and real estate cross-border transactions. His clients include domestic, US and European hedge funds, companies and banks. He has also advised on deals involving the pharmaceutical, real estate, financial, and technology sectors.
Joaquin was a Chevening/HSBC Scholar at University College London 2013/2014, graduating with an LLM in International Banking and Finance Law. An active member of local and international legal associations such as the International Association of Young Lawyers, the Mexico-US Bar Association, and the Mexican Bar Association, he has delivered conferences, and lectures in several universities on the Common Law Legal System and Comparative Law.
Dr Natasha Gaber-DamjanovskaJudge at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Macedonia
Professor Gaber-Damjanovska was awarded a Chevening Fellowship in 1993/1994 at Essex University (Government Department). She earned her Doctorate in Political Science in Macedonia in 1996 and subsequently worked as senior researcher and professor at the Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research, involved in numerous team projects on politics, elections, education, public opinion, and civil society issues. Prof. Dr. Gaber Damjanovska is engaged in the preparation of state strategic documents (the Roma National Strategy, Housing Strategy, the Civil Sector Strategy), as well as evaluation and analysis. She has been active in the civil sector since 1990 as a board member of the Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (1991-2009) as well as the Macedonian Enterprise Development Foundation (2009 to present), and the International Center for Not-for-profit Law (2010 to present). In October 2007 she was elected Judge at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Macedonia.