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.
Nagi Idris and Simona Mangiante will be contributing to an event at the High Court in Rome on 6th October on Family Justice and International Child Abduction. Simona Mangiante will speak at the event and Nagi Idris will be attending as a Guest of Honour. Present will be Cosimo Maria Ferri, President of the Court, and many […] Read more
London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) is pleased to announce the date of the launching event of its project on international law and the territorial gains and losses of non-state actors in Africa and the Middle East. During this event, the territorial and security dimensions of non-state actors will be examined from an international […] Read more
LCILP is delighted to announce that Steven Walker, one of its experts on International Arbitration, Energy & Infrastructure Dispute Resolution, has been appointed by Her Majesty the Queen as a Queen’s Council. The award of Queen’s Counsel is for excellence in advocacy in the higher courts. It is made to advocates who have rights of audience in […] Read more
With the discovery of significant hydrocarbon deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean at the turn of the 21st century, the geostrategic importance of the region has been transformed. In 2010, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has reported that an estimate of 1.7 billion barrels (bb) of recoverable oil and 122 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural […] Read more