Andrew Burrows has been elected a Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College. Founded by King Henry VI and Archbishop Henry Chichele in 1438, the college is one of the older institutions of Oxford University. Currently it is home to 76 fellows, fifteen of whom are specialized in various branches of legal research. Notable law fellows are Lord Pannick, the Hon Sir Launcelot Henderson, Sir Jeremy Lever and Sir Guenter Treitel. The college traditionally has among its members the Regius Professor of civil law, the Vinerian Professor of English law, the Chichele Professor of international law and the Professor of criminology. Although fellows may engage in teaching should they wish to do so, their main duty is research; this emphasis on research is only possible because the college does not accept student members and places no heavy administrative burdens on its fellows. The Codrington Library, which forms part of the college, has one of the largest collections of case and statute reports as well as legal monographs, periodicals and textbooks.