The Society welcomes the opportunity to establish institutional relations with other organizations active in the field of International Law.
The Society has established institutional relations with the following organizations:
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The Society benefits from the institutional support of the OAS Office of International Law, particularly regarding the organization of conferences, symposia, and other events in the field of International Law.
The Institute has generously accepted to host the Society as well as to provide it with the substantial logistical support necessary for the development of the activities of the Society.
The Society benefits from the generous financial support from the Faculty of Law of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Bogotá, and has established institutional relations with its Center of Studies on International Law (Centro de Estudios de Derecho International).
LASIL has concluded a framework agreement with the International Development Law Organization (IDLO), based in Rome, for the promotion of academic activities of training and research, particularly in the area of sustainable development.
LASIL has signed a framework agreement with the American Association of Private International Law (Asociación Latinoamericana de Derecho Internacional Privado - ASADIP) in order explore synergies on the interface between public and private international law. The two associations co-organized a symposium in Geneva on 'Current Issues in International Investment Law'.
LASIL has signed a framework agreement with the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), which has provided a framework for the organization of two events focusing on international environmental law, one in Buenos Aires and another in Mar del Plata, under the aegis of LASIL's study group on international environmental law.
LASIL has recently signed a framework agreement with the Argentine Council of Foreign Affairs (Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales - CARI) to explore synergies with CARI's Institute of International Law for the organization of common conferences and symposia.
LASIL benefits from a close institutional relationship with the Institute of International Relations of the University of Brasília, one of the most important specialized centers in the field in Brazil, having had, since its origins, great responsibility in the formation of ranks for both the public and private sector not only within the country, but also abroad, positioning itself, in addition, as a high level pole of scientific research and study.
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