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WHAT WE DO

IILAT provides bespoke advocacy training and legal and human rights capacity building support to a wide range of national and international practitioners

WHY WE DO IT

IILAT aims to contribute to a more inclusive and diverse international justice by empowering legal and human right practitioners around the world

HOW WE DO IT

IILAT's team of expert trainers use proven techniques and structured teaching to enhance and build skills and improve understanding of legal and human rights practitioners

Our Story

IILAT succeeds The Advocacy Club, which was founded in 2013 in The Hague to address the growing need for courtroom advocacy training at international courts and tribunals. The Advocacy Club organised free courses and trainings for hundreds of advocates and aspiring advocates in The Hague in single lectures and multi-day courses. In the spirit of complementarity, IILAT has since expanded its work to include legal and human rights capacity building for institutions and individuals across the globe.

Upcoming Events

News

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6 July 2024: IILAT held and Advocacy Training for Legal Professionals 

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Michael Karnavas discusses the importance of ethics, and IILAT's Symposium 

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Beti Hohler has stepped down as Director of Training following her election as a Judge at the ICC. We will be announcing her replacement shortly. We wish Beti the very best and look forward to welcoming her as a trainer at future IILAT events.

IILAT Director of Training Beti Hohler has been elected as an ICC judge 

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IILAT Director of Training Beti Hohler delivers a talk on oral advocacy for ADC at the MICT

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IILAT Director of Research Julian Elderfield assists prosecutors in Ukraine to investigate and prosecute war crimes

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Organisations We Work With

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