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.
London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) is pleased to announce the date of its Africa Boundary Conference, to take place in London on 18 September 2017. This high-level event will examine contemporary boundary issues with significant impact on the African content’s peace and security. During the morning session, a focus will be made on […] Read more
Training Workshop: IHL and Humanitarian Access to Protected Persons in Non-International Armed Conflict in the Middle East
LCILP is pleased to announce the date of its upcoming practical, and interactive training workshop for professionals in the humanitarian sector. This high-level workshop will outline the applicability of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and the issue of humanitarian access to protected persons in present situations of Non-International Armed Conflict (NIACs) in the Middle East. It […] Read more
LCILP is pleased to announce the date of its upcoming event on Maritime Delimitations and Hydrocarbon Resources in Central America and the Caribbean, to take place in London on Friday 21st July 2017. Click here for more information. Read more
TIME TO BE PROACTIVE Humanitarian efforts in conflict zones are being blamed for helping non-state armed groups maintain control over ‘occupied’ territories thereby inhibiting conflict resolution. Read Mahmoud Abdou of LCILP’s article on International Law and non-state actors in Africa and the Middle East in the DIPLOMAT Magazine May/June 2017 issue on Page 28, www.diplomatmagazine.com […] Read more