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Looking for a home for your used student textbooks?

The ILBF is supporting a number of organisations overseas who need UK student law textbooks. If you have recently finished your legal studies and are looking for a good home for your used student textbooks, we would be delighted to receive them. The African Prisons Project in Kenya and Uganda is expanding its legal studies […]

Why our books count in Uganda and Kenya

The African Prisons Project is making a huge difference to the lives of prisoners and their broader communities in Uganda and Kenya. The ILBF is delighted to be playing its own small part to assist their wonderful work. Peter Tibigambwa, Country Director for the APP, writes about what the ILBF donation means to them.  “GIFT […]

Central Law Library in Nepal, after the earthquake

A trip in March to Nepal to visit my daughter gave me the chance to visit the Central Law Library in Kathmandu. I was very pleased to meet the Chief Librarian, Mr Subedi and his assistant, Mr Pokharel and to find out more about the Library.   Mr Pokharel, Assistant Librarian, Mr Subedi, Chief Librarian, Katrina […]

Last chance to complete our survey

Thank you to everyone who has already completed our survey! We are keen to make sure that the ILBF continues to send the legal texts that are most useful to the organisations it supports and will support in the future, and the results from this survey will help to inform our future plans. If you are one […]

Counsel Magazine publishes ILBF article

The work of the ILBF is featured in this month's Counsel Magazine - click through to read the article which includes details of how members of the Bar can help.

ILBF 2014 annual report

The 2014 Annual Report of the ILBF has now been published, including details of the new trustee structure, first patrons and details of shipments to 13 organisations in 5 countries.