Partner Organisations

Singapore Partner Organisations:

NUS Law AGCMFA SMI

International Partner Organisations:

Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy

The Rhodes Academy is a three week course which aims to bring together distinguished experts in law of the sea and carefully selected students from both government and academia for a concentrated and comprehensive study of modern oceans law. READ MORE »

British Institute for International and Comparative Law

On 21 March 2011, CIL signed an MOU with the Institute with a view to collaboration on a variety of Public International Law subjects of mutual interest to both institutes, such as treaty law and practice and customary international law’s applicability in domestic courts. READ MORE »

Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea

On 24 March 2011, NUS (acting through CIL) and NILOS signed an MOU outlining a general framework for co-operation intended to facilitate discussions and actions about more detailed and specific programmes and projects, including reciprocal arrangements and collaboration in research in areas of mutual interest. READ MORE »

International Boundaries Research Unit (IBRU)

On 19 September 2011, CIL concluded an MOU with the International Boundaries Research Unit (IBRU) based in Durham University, to discuss collaboration on future training workshops. On 19-21 September 2011 and 26-28 September 2012, pursuant to the MOU, CIL and IBRU held Workshops on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries at the National University of Singapore’s Bukit Timah Campus READ MORE »

Summer Institute

On 15 February 2011, CIL, the Singapore Management University (SMU), the Human Rights Resource Centre (HRRC) and the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) entered into an MOU with the East-West Center (EWC) and the War Crimes Studies Center of the University of California, Berkeley (WCSC) collaborating under the umbrella of the Asian International Justice Initiative (AIJI) to cooperate on certain aspects of the 4th Annual Summer Institute in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (the Summer Institute). READ MORE »

United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (DOALOS)

CIL is proud to have become a participating institution of the United Nations Hamilton Shirley Amerasinghe Fellowship (“HSA Fellowship”) on the Law of the Sea pursuant to a Memorandum of Arrangement concluded with UNDOALOS in January 2011. READ MORE »

World Trade Organization (WTO)

CIL is honoured that the World Trade Organisation has appointed Associate Professor Michael Ewing-Chow to represent Singapore as a WTO Chair of its trade research programme. READ MORE »