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12May

Nottingham University JLAP introduce their law library

The students at the University of Nottingham JLAP group made a film about their law library and what it means to them. In the film, they also interview Tony Simmonds, Senior Research Librarian.   The law students, led by Belinda Ke Lim, made the film for the recent training event for law librarians in Sierra Leone, […]
29Apr

Latest shipment of almost 600 books arrives at three Ghanian universities

The ILBF’s latest shipment to Ghana was a great example of collaboration in the UK and in Ghana, with organisations and individuals in the UK and in Ghana working together to deliver nearly 600 books to three universities. The story starts with the University of Surrey: in 2020-2021, undergraduate law student David Dadson took on […]
31Mar

Law undergraduate essay competition announcement

We are delighted to announce the winner of our law undergraduate essay competition! Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd and Professor Richard Susskind OBE announce the winner in this short film. The response to the competition was excellent with submissions from students at universities all over the UK.  We would like to congratulate all the entrants for […]
16Mar

Students supporting the ILBF at the University of Law Guildford

A group of four students at the Guildford campus of the University of Law (ULaw) are offering their support by collecting student textbooks for the University of Ghana and raising money for shipping costs. In addition to creating a fundraising page, they are in the process of planning a cake sale in April. The ILBF […]
03Mar

Turks and Caicos Islands create new law library

The ILBF was delighted to be able to support the Turks and Caicos Islands judiciary, when Chief Justice Mabel Agyemang decided to improve the facilities in Providenciales by creating a library in the court building. Despite the constraints of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic during 2020-21, the ILBF managed to send two shipments of books. This […]
28Feb

Our student essay competition is now closed

Our first law student essay competition has now closed for entries. A big thank you to all of you who sent us your submissions! The winner, who will receive a week long internship in 2022 at international law firm Brown Rudnick’s London office with up to £500 travel expenses and whose essay will be published […]