Dr. Anton Van Dellen - The University of Oxford and Christ Church

Originally a medical professional, Dr. Anton van Dellen is presently a barrister at Holborn Chambers. His cases involve disputes relating to evidence, expert witnesses, and Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Early in his career, Dr. Anton van Dellen attended Christ Church at the University of Oxford and spent four years as a Fellow with the institution. The University of Oxford system consists of 38 independent, self-governing colleges located throughout Oxford, England. These schools include Campion Hall, Kellogg College, Blackfriars, and Trinity College. Although different religious sects founded most of these institutions, each subscribes to the same quality of excellence that defines the University of Oxford. Students benefit from this set-up because it allows them to attend institutions that give them personalized attention and a strong academic foundation with the support of the larger body. Additionally, the schools offer many of the same courses so students do not lack opportunities.One of the University of Oxford's most noteworthy colleges is Christ Church. Founded in 1546, this institution is among the largest in the system, along with the Cathedral Church for the Diocese of Oxford, and it welcomes 450 undergraduate students and 150 graduate students annually. Some of its most notable students include John Locke, William Gladstone, and Richard Curtis.

Work History

Work History
Nov 2011 - Present




Drafting and representation of clients in tribunals.


Currently writing a guide to tribunal representation.

Oct 2002 - Sep 2006


Christ Church, University of Oxford

Research in Huntington's Disease


Published 20 peer-reviewed articles. Lectured on the MSc for Neuroscience course.


Oct 1997 - Sep 2000


University of Oxford
Jan 1989 - Nov 1994


University of the Witwatersrand

Student Representative Council, Men's Hall of Residence House Committee Vice-Chair.

Anton Van Dellen