ILI serves as an advisor to public and private organizations in many areas, including, among others: negotiations and special assignments, such as the drafting of agreements; focused studies; the revision of regulations; contract standardization; legislative drafting; procurement, and project management.
ILI draws on its very large network of alumni, faculty and advisors to dispatch teams well-suited to the particular challenge at hand, and is pleased to be able to offer tailored solutions in response to informal inquiries as well as solicitations of bids for consulting work.
ILI maintains a consortium of technical consultants from across the globe to assess, design and implement our technical projects. Consultants are recruited from government sector specialists, technical experts and consultants from donor organizations, partners from top global law firms, senior executives from private sector international organizations, and academics from prestigious universities. The selection of ILI technical teams is based on balancing scholarly training with global best practices and practical application from the foremost practitioners.
ILI maintains a highly flexible and adaptive resource base to quickly commit to and expertly administer the needs of its clientele. ILI has a unique ability to structure teams to support training and projects from 1 day to 4 years, while maintaining continuity of deliverables. ILI believes that long-term reliable partnerships are crucial to the sustainability, development and implementation of technical capacity training programs.
Please visit our Corporate Capabilities page for a detailed listing of our projects.
The following is a sampling of recent projects which ILI has been selected to undertake:
• Public Procurement Reform & Development of Procurement Cadre (Nigeria)
• APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation): Foreign Investment Agreements and Investor State Dispute Settlement Training
• Enforcement of World Trade Organization Rules by the Judicial System (China)
• Developing the Public Procurement Law and Regulations and Standard Bidding Documents (Angola)
• Development of 17 Commercial Laws (Rwanda)
• COMESA (Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa): Technical Assistance in Procurement Reform
• Judicial Administration Training for the Supreme Court and Federal High Court (Nigeria)
• Technical Assistance in Procurement Law Reform (Afghanistan)
• Andean Regional Trade Agreement implementation
• Detection, Prevention and Management of Financial Frauds and Money Laundering (Kuwait)
• Capacity Building training of Vietnamese lawyers on International Economic Integration (Vietnam)
• ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States): Alternative Dispute Resolution Training for judges of the Court of Justice