Archive for the ‘10 Anniversary’ Category


Pro-bono work and the ILBF

This week, National Pro-Bono week, we have been thinking about the importance of pro-bono work. The ILBF is run by volunteers who give their time on a pro-bono basis and the importance of this work to the various committee members and trustees has been reiterated in the series of interviews that we have carried out recently.

Meet the ILBF Trustees: Jane Colston

"Access to Justice is a fundamental right". ILBF trustee Jane Colston tells us of the importance of the ILBF objectives to her and the rest of the team.

Meet the ILBF Trustees: Katrina Crossley

"It is hard to imagine what it's like to be a student without access to the right materials, even harder to imagine practitioners and judges without the tools of the trade." We speak to the second of our trustees, Katrina Crossley, about the work of the ILBF and what it means to her.

Meet the ILBF Trustees: Paul Lowenstein QC

At the ILBF, we have been reflecting on the first 10 years and considering what the next 10 years might hold. Our trustees are crucial to the work of the ILBF, so we've asked them about their role and thoughts.

ILBF celebrating 10th anniversary

The ILBF is delighted to be achieving this enormous milestone in 2015. Our 10th anniversary event is coming up on 4th November and we are very excited to be celebrating: it is our opportunity to thank our many supporters over the years and to recognise the impact of our books in supporting the rule of […]