Archive for the ‘Trustees’ Category

08Aug

Mark Stephens – shortlisted for Law Society Excellence Awards Human Rights Lawyer of the Year

We are delighted that Mark Stephens, one of our trustees, has been shortlisted for the Law Society Excellence Awards Human Rights Lawyer of the Year 2016. This is a wonderful achievement and a great testimony to the work that Mark does across the world. The shortlisted nominees are set out here: http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/events-training/excellence-awards/shortlist/ We wish all […]
25May

IBA Pro Bono Award 2016 shortlist

We are delighted that Katrina Crossley, one of our trustees, has been shortlisted for the International Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award 2016.  It is a great achievement to be one of the shortlisted nominees for this prestigious award. We are thrilled that this recognition will help to raise awareness of the ILBF amongst the IBA’s […]
18Apr

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 […]
26Jan

ILBF welcomes new trustee: Mr Justice Dingemans

As a longtime supporter of the rule of law around the Commonwealth, we are delighted to welcome Mr Justice Dingemans to the ILBF as a trustee.
29Oct

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.
28Oct

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.