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15Sep

Coming soon! A special ILBF event and student essay competition

For more information on the competition, see: Competition. Later this autumn, we will be holding a special ILBF event and launching our student essay competition. We have a distinguished line up of speakers joining us on the night. And our essay competition will offer an exciting prize. Over the next few weeks, we will be […]
15Jun

Fieldfisher and the ILBF

The ILBF is delighted to announce that Fieldfisher has made a generous grant to the ILBF to assist the ILBF’s shipments and the new Shipping Coordinator student placement. Timothy Adetuyole was appointed as Shipping Coordinator earlier this year. Fieldfisher is a global law firm which shares the values of the ILBF of increasing access to […]
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 […]
15Oct

Royal Parks Half – thank you to all our supporters!

Braving the rain to splash through the London parks, our tenacious team of 8 lawyers ran the half marathon in aid of the ILBF on Sunday, 14th October. Team ILBF raised an amazing £5,400. This was a superb fund raising effort and our thanks to Team ILBF for their achievement on behalf of the ILBF. […]
28Aug

Keeping fit and sharing legal knowledge one step at a time!

Only seven weeks to go before the Royal Parks Half Marathon on 14th October! Our team of eight lawyers from Brown Rudnick, Linklaters, 3VB, and 4 New Square are training hard:  they need your support to reach their fundraising target. So far, they have raised nearly 60% of their target of £4,000.  Please support Team ILBF via […]
03Aug

Over 1,200 books from HMCTS donated!

Since September 2016, over 1,200 legal texts have been donated by judges, and the courts and library staff in the UK. Courts across the country, from Truro to Norwich, Nuneaton to Cardiff, Newcastle to Croydon, Warrington to Westminster, Birmingham and the Rolls Building and the RCJ, have collected valuable legal texts and delivered them to […]