SPECIAL PROGRAMS - CUSTOM SOLUTIONS
In addition to our normally scheduled training programs held in Washington D.C., ILI designs specialized programs at the request of international organizations, national governments, and other institutions, for practical professional training. Such training is customized to meet the specific needs of our client. ILI trains both in the U.S. and on-site in our host country.
To discuss opportunities for specialized training please contact, Ms. Kim Phan, Executive Director, at
The following is a small selection from the several dozen programs organized by the Institute in recent years:
People's Republic of China: The International Law Institute trained four delegations of senior lawyers and advisors on legal and trade matters in Washington, DC. The topics of their training were the WTO and the international trade regulation; commercial law; the U.S. legal system; project finance and international investment. The programs varied in duration from 2 to 6 months. Each training program consisted of in-classroom lectures and practical learning, which included internships with D.C. law firms. Participants in these training programs included two delegations from the Zhejiang Province and two from the Jiangsu Province, involving in total over 90 participants. Training was held in D.C.
Vietnam: Ministry of Justice: The International Law Institute was specifically approached by the Ministry of Justice to train a senior economic and legal delegation on International Economic Integration. Training was conducted in Washington D.C. for 6-months and included in-depth studies in international trade; commercial law; the U.S. Legal System, and dispute resolution. Training consisted of both lectures and practical learning, including internships with D.C. law firms. Training was held in D.C.
Theory and Practice of Enforcing Competition Policy. In cooperation with the World Bank. Training in Russia [Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Pskov, Rostov-on-Don, Orenburg, Cheliabinsk, Novosibirsk and Irkutsk] for the Russian Anti-monopoly Committee.
Judicial Training, Bosnia-Herzegovina (Republika Srpska), in Washington, DC, for six sitting judges from the Republika Srpska to observe the internal operations of state and federal courts in the United States.
Bankruptcy Law Training for more than sixty legal professionals, including judges, attorneys, trustees, legal advisers and businessmen from Mongolia, followed by lectures and site visits in Washington, DC for representatives of the Supreme Court and the Ministry of Justice of Mongolia. Funded by the World Bank.
ILI serves as an advisor for specific negotiations, problems and special assignments such as drafting of agreements, focused studies, regulation, revision, contract standardization, legislative drafting, project management and execution, procurement system and assessments, and the drafting of country laws.