The International Law Institute "ILI" is a leading provider of training and technical assistance in international law, international economics and other aspects of international relations. Program content is non-political and specializes in legal, economic, management, legislative and governance matters and is geared for government officials, academics, legal and other private sector professionals. ILI is an independent, non-political, non-profit educational institute serving a global constituency. ILI is an independent, non-political, non-profit educational institute serving a global constituency. Special emphasis is given to international regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization. Since 1997 the International Law Institute – African Centre for Legal Excellence has been providing practical, high-level post-professional education, and contributing to the development of legal infrastructure on the African continent.
The IMO International Maritime Law Institute is a world recognized centre for the training of specialists in international maritime law. The International Law Institute conducts a series of training programs annually. Programs offered in 2020 are listed below.
The Graduate Institute's international law professors and lecturers are highly regarded in their respective fields of specialisation and expertise.
The International Law Institute "ILI" is a leading provider of training and technical assistance in international law, international economics and other aspects of international relations.
They are deeply committed to research and their publications are widely acclaimed.
They are also engaged in practice and provide consultancy and advice to governments and other international actors on a regular basis. Institute of International Law, international organization founded in Ghent, Belgium, in 1873 to develop and implement international law as a codified science responsible for the legal morality and integrity of the civilized world. In 1904 the Institute of International Law was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.