Archive for the ‘Shipping News’ Category

09Mar

Introducing Timothy Adetuyole, our new shipping coordinator!

In this Q&A, we introduce the ILBF community to Timothy Adetuyole, our new Shipping coordinator. Timothy is a law student at the University of Surrey, currently on his work placement year. He will be working as ILBF’s shipping coordinator for the remainder of this academic year. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? […]
26Jul

Shipments in the time of Covid-19

Thanks to the generosity of Thomson Reuters, the ILBF has recently been able to organize shipments to six different organisations in four countries. Over 1,200 books are about to start the sea journey to Ethiopia, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Uganda and Zambia. The ILBF has not been able to pack books held in our […]
18Jun

ILBF shipments arrive safely in Tanzania despite Coronavirus

The ILBF is delighted to work with legal institutions in Tanzania to provide information resources for judges, lawyers, court reporters and law students. We are pleased to confirm that the latest shipments have been successful despite the global challenges caused by Coronavirus (Covid-19). At the end of 2019, we shipped books to three organisations in […]
25Mar

Lawyers and students join forces to support law school at Njala University

In January 2020, a shipment of law books was officially handed over to Njala University in Sierra Leone. This shipment was the product of an extensive collaboration between the ILBF and a number of contributors across the legal sector, including the UK Sierra Leone Pro Bono Network, Anglo American, De Beers Group, Shell, Clifford Chance, Nottingham University and the British and […]
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 […]
16Feb

Global collaboration delivers ILBF shipment to lawyers in the DRC

This shipment was the result of a truly global collaboration, with contributions across the legal sector playing a vital role to help secure essential legal texts and resources for the Central Kasaï Bar Association in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Nigel Roberts at LexisNexis US first connected Jacqueline Scott of the Union Internationale des […]