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As global developments create new challenges for the international legal system, the work of BIICL in advancing legal knowledge and practice is more critical than ever before. The Institute's independence, breadth of expertise and international network provides a unique platform from which to address many of the 21st century's most serious social and legal challenges.

In order to effectively respond to the growing demand for our work, we need to consolidate and expand our activities. Over the coming years, our aim is to maintain and develop our expertise across a range of international and comparative law and rule of law topics, widening our reach and impact.

As a wholly independent research body, BIICL receives no central funding from any government and relies on income from its publications, events and membership, alongside donations and grants from law firms, corporations, international bodies, foundations, individuals and others.

By supporting BIICL, you will help us to address the most pressing global challenges, thus making a positive and lasting difference to our world.

BIICL 60+ Appeal: Global Challenges, New perspectives

BIICL has launched an Appeal to raise £3m to support the development and expansion of its work over the next five years. Read more about our BIICL 60+ Appeal here.

Arthur Watts Appeal

BIICL's Arthur Watts Fellowship is funded through the Arthur Watts Appeal. This Appeal is raising vital funding to support our expert research staff and enable the Fellowship to continue building its international programme of research, training and events. Read more about the Arthur Watts Appeal here.

The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law

The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law was established in 2010 with a mission to advance the rule of law globally. Read more about the Bingham Appeal here.

Contact Us

We would be delighted to discuss your interest in supporting our work and to develop a customised proposition for you.

Please contact: Diane Denny, Development Director

T: +44 207 862 5433 I E: d.denny@biicl.org

BIICL's fundraising is governed by our Guidelines for Ethical Funding. Information on BIICL's Donor Privacy Policy is available here.