Providing professional, practical legal seminars to expand your knowledge base and practice.
ILF Educate seminars can be eligible for CLE accreditation in the United States and Canada
The ILF legal team’s combined decades of legal and practical experience in both international law and domestic laws of over 30 countries. Our expertise includes legal tools tackling antisemitism, terror financing, international public law, international criminal law, constitutional issue, human rights, and discrimination.
In addition to our proactive legal work, the ILF has provided legal briefings and seminars to policymakers, legal experts, and academics. Our team excels in their interdisciplinary approach to every case and issue.
ILF Educate provides an opportunity for lawyers worldwide to expand their legal skill-set and horizons.
Each package will include a video lecture, CLE accreditation certificate, and additional relevant learning materials.
Price range is dependent on the length and content of the package.
To receive CLE credit recognition participants are responsible for submitting the package and certificate to their relevant bar association(s).
International experts conference: Fighting Antisemitism from Words to Action: From a national to an international perspective.
As antisemitism rises worldwide the IHRA working definition of antisemitism can play a powerful role in combating this dangerous phenomenon. However, as this definition is relatively new, it is often misunderstood or distorted and there are many questions that must be addressed. This webinar focused on: unprecedented litigation, other attempts to legislate or implement the definition, antisemitism on college campuses, social media, and the correct approach to common criticism.
Lecture: An in-depth look at the IHRA working definition of antisemitism: examples, background, meaning and criticism.
Join ILF Director Adv. Yifa Segal and Adv. Nadav Steinman in an enlightening and thought provoking lecture on the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism. The discussion will include background information on the drafting of the definition, its language, the definition’s examples, and an examination of recent antisemitic expressions and actions in light of the definition. In addition there will be a thorough discussion in regards to commonly voiced criticism including on issues of freedom of speech and Israel.
A legal analysis of the Status of Post 1967 Israeli held Territories under international law.
This seminar will touch upon precedents, treaties, and customary international law citing several formative events in the history of the region. The seminar will only address the legal questions regarding the status of the Territories and it will not touch upon related political issues.
An insider's look at the burning legal issues involved in the ICCs investigation into the ‘situation in Palestine’.
On December 20, 2019, the Prosecutor's Office (OTP) of the ICC announced that it would be launching an official investigation into war crimes against Israel and Hamas. The OTP then deferred the question of the ICC’s jurisdiction over “Palestine” to the Court. This lecture will deal with various principles of international law such as statehood, the right to self-determination, occupation, the laws of war, and others.
Examining the unique and highly controversial UNHCR database of international companies.
On 12 February 2020, the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human rights (OHCHR), published a database on companies purportedly operating in Judea, Samaria, and east Jerusalem. The database lists 112 companies ostensibly involved in certain defined economic activities in the disputed territories. These include companies that do not actively "operate" in the disputed territories; rather, their goods and services are also sold there. This lecture will examine the legality of economic activities in occupied territories, national and international case law, law, as well as specifically anti-discrimination, anti-boycott, and anti-BDS laws.