Many of BIICL's activities have a direct or indirect impact on policy and law around the world. International and comparative law plays an increasingly important role in addressing global challenges such as conflict, terrorism, human rights, migration, corruption, pollution and global investment. To find out more about the impact of our work please click here
BIICL's Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law helps countries, international organisations, corporations and legal bodies to build rule of law commitments and to secure access to justice for their populations. BIICL's research and training also have a wider public benefit in terms of information and education on contemporary issues.
As an independent research institute and a registered charity we rely heavily on funding from a range of organisations and individuals. Please follow the links below to find out more about supporting different aspects of our work.
If you would like to discuss how you or your organisation can support our work please email Sarah Taylor, Development Director on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7862 5433.
Providing unrestricted funds to cover our staff costs, premises and marketing.
BIICL Research Fellowships
Funding for staff and programme costs for a range of topics including;
Public International Law
Further details on the Arthur Watts Appeal can be found here
Named Senior Research Fellowships; if you are interested in discussing a named research fellowship focusing on a particular aspect of international or comparative law, please contact Sarah Taylor on email@example.com .
The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law; research and events on the rule of law around the world.
Further details on the Bingham Appeal can be found here
Internship Bursary Campaign
Offering financial support for young lawyers who are a valuable resource for our researchers
For further information about donating to this campaign, please click here.
Raise your organisation's profile by sponsoring an event, conference or series of events on a topic of relevance to your clients. Details of our events can be found here
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Public International Law in the Courts of the United Kingdom...
ICLQ Annual Lecture 2017: The Right to Life and the International Law Framework Regulating the Use of Armed Drones
ICLQ Annual Lecture 2017: The Right to Life and the International Law Framework Regulating the Use of Armed Drones ...
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