Archive for the ‘Films’ Category

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, […]
17Dec

ILBF 15th anniversary event films—Lord Burnett discusses diversity within the judiciary and officially launches our essay competition

We were honoured that we were joined by the Rt Hon. The Lord Burnett of Maldon at our 15th anniversary event, which was held at Two Temple Place on 25 November 2021. He discussed how the judiciary supports foreign jurisdictions, the continued value of providing legal texts internationally, and how diversity within the judiciary can […]
16Dec

ILBF 15th anniversary event films—Professor Richard Susskind OBE shares his views on the future of law

 Professor Richard Susskind OBE joined as at Two Temple Place on 25 November 2021 to celebrate our 15th anniversary. During his talk, he spoke about the increasing significance of artificial intelligence, the pace of change, how the era of the technology-based digital society we are moving into will shape the way we administer law, and […]
13Dec

ILBF 15th anniversary event films—Lord Thomas, Jane Colston and Paul Lowenstein QC speak about ILBF’s work and its future

During our 15th anniversary celebrations at Two Temple Place on 25 November 2021, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Founder and Patron of the ILBF, Jane Colston, Partner at Brown Rudnick and ILBF Trustee and Paul Lowenstein QC, Chairman of the ILBF Board of Trustees spoke about how the ILBF was born, its achievements over the past […]
24Nov

Why should you take part in our first student essay competition?

In anticipation of our first student essay competition launching on 25 November 2021 during our 15th anniversary event, four members of the judging team explain why undergraduate law students should submit their thoughts on how the practice of law will be transformed by technology over the next decade. Jane Colston In her video, Jane Colston, […]
10Mar

ILBF and ROLE UK partner to send books to the MoJ Library in Niger State

The ILBF recently worked with ROLE UK to deliver 90 boxes of books to the Ministry of Justice in Niger State, Nigeria, which arrived in January 2020. ROLE UK supports sustainable partnerships between the UK legal sector and governments, lawyers, professional bodies and organisations in developing countries, to help strengthen the rule of law and […]