Deputy Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Justice Science Office, Data & Analysis
Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy
Enrique Cadenas serves as the Deputy Chief Scientific Adviser (DCSA) at the UK Ministry of Justice.
He has held a number of roles spanning policy and strategy in both the Ministry of Justice and HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS).
Prior to his career in the UK Civil Service, Enrique was a practising lawyer and a legal academic. Enrique holds a degree in law from Austral University (Argentina), an MSc in Public Policy & Administration from the London School of Economics where he was a Chevening Scholar, and an MBA from Coventry University. He is currently undertaking part time doctoral studies at the University of Cambridge, looking at the impact of remote justice in perceptions of the rule of law.