London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) is a unique institution located in the heart of London; comprising high-level professional international law practitioners, dedicated to the advancement of global legal knowledge and the practice of international law. We offer specialised legal training programmes, law policy advice, and technical assistance with legal issues, including assembling research and publications. We organise conferences and meetings on pressing international law issues. Our consultants are renowned international practitioners in the public and private sectors across a range of legal disciplines and they provide a wealth of expertise, extensive knowledge and experience in international law, international relations, dispute resolution and geopolitics.
Register Now: Second Annual Conference on Energy Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Middle East and Africa
We are delighted to invite you to the LCILP 2nd Annual Conference on Energy Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Middle East and Africa. We have a varied and packed programme, with some novel ideas and subjects which we hope you will find stimulating and enjoyable. The meeting offers an opportunity to update and expand your […] Read more
Looking Through the Glass Ceiling: Gender and Professional Development event at the University of Cambridge
The Centre for Gender Rights at LCILP Global is excited to announce our event, ‘Looking Through the Glass Ceiling: Gender and Professional Development’, held in partnership with CantaBulgarian at the University of Cambridge. Join us for an evening to discuss the challenges faced by women in professional sectors and progress that has been made. Drinks […] Read more
In celebration of the Entrepreneurship week (14th – 20th of November, 2016), London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) are pleased to co-host a one day conference on “Sustainable Entrepreneurship” with our partners, the World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD), UN Major Group for Children and Youth (UN MGCY) and Royal Docks School of Business […] Read more
November 8, 2016. Today, Egypt’s First Circuit Administrative Court has determined the border demarcation agreement the Country recently signed with Saudi Arabia invalid. This ruling is the first of its kind in post-Arab Spring Middle East and North Africa region, as the judiciary did not previously enjoy the capacity to act against the decisions of […] Read more