The International Law Association has branches around the world and a growing membership of academics and practising professionals with an interest in international law.
The main objectives of the Association are the study, clarification and development of both public and private international law. It is in the work of the various International Committees that these aims are pursued and biennial conferences provide a forum for comprehensive discussion and endorsement for the work of these committees.
The proceedings of these conferences containing the reports of the various committees are published and available from the ILA office.
ILA Branches may represent individual states or regional groups of countries.
There are currently 24 committees and 11 Study Groups, to view further information please select a committee from the list.
The 2014 ILA 76th Biennial Conference will be held in Washington DC, April 7-14. Website and registration details will be available very soon.
The ILA Regional Conference in 2014 will be held 11 & 12 September in Lisbon.
At the November 2013 Executive Council Meeting the following were established: