Recent News

17Dec

Support the ILBF this festive season with Amazon Smile!

With the festive season fast approaching, many of us will be doing last-minute Christmas shopping! If you are shopping online with Amazon, please do so through the Amazon Smile website and select the International Law Book Facility as your chosen charity. The ILBF will receive 0.5% of all eligible purchases in donations when you shop through smile.amazon.co.uk. The […]
14Dec

JLAP & ILBF in partnership at the University of Exeter

The ILBF partnership with students, and in particular Junior Lawyers Against Poverty (JLAP) groups, goes from strength to strength. At the end of 2020, there are now five JLAP groups at UK universities partnering with the ILBF to collect and pack much needed student texts for universities and law schools overseas.   The University of Exeter JLAP […]
18Nov

University of Surrey and University of Law Guildford collaborate in support of the ILBF

The School of Law at the University of Surrey is joining together with the Guildford Campus of the University of Law to support the ILBF. The student-led initiative will be co-ordinated by Katy Peters (Director of Employability for the School of Law at the University of Surrey) and Helen Carter (Programme and Student Lead for the […]
16Nov

Support the ILBF through your Amazon purchases

The ILBF has registered with the Amazon Smile website. At this time of lockdown, and also with Black Friday and Christmas approaching, many of us will be ordering from Amazon. If so, PLEASE do so through the Amazon Smile website and select the International Law Book Facility as your chosen charity. The ILBF will then […]
07Sep

ILBF 15th anniversary film launches today!

Celebrating 15 years supporting access to justice and legal education for all.  Our 15th anniversary film is launched today. Hear from Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Paul Lowenstein QC, Mark Stephens CBE, Jane Colston, Maryann McMahon, and student volunteers, about our work, as well as from organisations in the DRC, Niger State Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and […]
25Aug

Professor Hugh Thirlway’s legacy lives on in the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights

The ILBF receives donations of law texts from across the legal profession—everything from single volumes from students, to complete sets of law reports from retiring judges, and scores of practitioner texts from law firms, chambers, courts, and legal publishers. We value every single donation. It is however very rare for an entire library of books, […]