Training International Legal Practitioners
WHAT WE DO
IILAT provides bespoke advocacy and international law training to advocates and judges working, or aspiring to work at international and domestic courts and tribunals
WHY WE DO IT
IILAT aims to contribute to international justice by empowering legal practitioners and raising the standard of advocacy before international and national courts
HOW WE DO IT
IILAT's team of expert trainers use proven techniques and structured teaching to enhance and build advocacy skills, improve understanding and refine the performance of practitioners
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.
Debate: 3 October 2022
Witness Preparation - Is failing to prepare, preparing to fail.
Training: 25 June 2022
Joint Training on the Investigation and Prosecution of Core International Crimes
Training: 28 April 2022
Judicial Integrity: Strengthening Transparency and Trust in Justice.
Training: January-May 2022
Moot court coaching.