The ILBF sends books to not-for-profit organisations throughout the world. Our books are used in different ways depending on the organisation. Where the recipient is a body that provides legal or professional training, for example, the Cambodian University of Specialities, the Kathmandu Law School, the University of Zimbabwe or the Bangladesh Bar Council, ILBF books are used to train lawyers and law students. Where the recipient is a legal aid organisation or charity, such as the Guyana Legal Aid Clinic, the Legal Defence and Assistance Programme (Nigeria), or the Paralegal Programme (Zambia), ILBF books may be used when preparing cases or giving advice, empowering at-risk citizens through the legal system and improving local perceptions of legal process as a tool for justice. Where the recipient is a court or government body, such as the Office of the Attorney General (Bhutan), the Attorney General’s Ministry (Belize), the Rwanda Supreme Court or the Sindh and Lahore High Courts (Pakistan), ILBF books are used to assist the court in grounding their decisions in established law and to provide a point of comparison with other jurisdictions.

Receiving feedback from recipients, including photos of the books being used, is one of the most rewarding parts of the ILBF’s work. Below is a small selection of the feedback that the charity has received.

Opening of the books by Attorney General


Bhutan: Attorney General Office “ … thank you very much for this great gift as the books that ILBF has sent to us will go a long way into taking us forward as an institution for the betterment of the Rule of Law here in Bhutan …”





Bangladesh: Department of Law, University of Dhaka “This is to gratefully acknowledge the receipt of books donated by the ILBF to the Department of Law, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. I believe that the books will significantly enrich our seminar library and benefit our students, teachers and researchers immensely.”





South Sudan: Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development “ … Responding, the Acting Undersecretary Hon Filberto Mayuot expressed delight at the donated books and expressed his sincere appreciation to the organizations behind the donation particularly ILBF which is the first organization to make such donation to the Ministry and key rule of law institutions, adding that this indeed has opened up a window of opportunities for the rule of law sector to further benefit from such well-meaning non-profit organizations …”




Nepal: Central Law Library “Thank you very much for your cooperation providing such valuable books to this library. Let us hope these books will be very useful to our valued readers. It really supports for the development of Central Law Library.”






Nigeria 2Nigeria: Nigerian Law School “The books donated are of high quality, and have so far aided work on research, academic references and general studies.”






If you or your organisation would like to receive books from the ILBF, please apply to the ILBF by filling out an application form. 

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