ASIL welcomes and greatly appreciates the financial participation of its members, supporters, grantors, and sponsors. Many of the organization's activities are made possible through the generous involvement of individual or institutional partners. The links below provide more information about these opportunities.
- Howard Holtzmann
"I choose to give to institutions that are first-rate and to causes that are important. The Society and its efforts to promote greater understanding and use of international law are both, and by investing in its future, we ensure that it will remain a force for strengthening international law in the 21st century."
- Charles Brower
ASIL 21st Century Campaign: Investing for the Future
ASIL's global reputation for excellence has been sustained for over a century by a passionate group of believers in the Society who were willing to rise to the challenges - financial and otherwise - of their day. The 21st Century Campaign is the call for today's ASIL supporters to step forward and confirm their commitment to the Society's values and aspirations and to the core belief that international law is the cornerstone of a just world.
ASIL Annual Fund donations support programs reaching new audiences that use, influence, or are affected by international law.
ASIL Partners and Sponsors - law firms, academic institutions, publishers, and corporations - receive recognition and special participation benefits.
The ASIL Endowment for International Law provides a permanent source of funding for the Society's education programs.
ASIL Heritage Circle members include the Society in their estate plans. Such planned gifts support ASIL education programs and provide tax advantages to their donors.
Grant Funding supports numerous ASIL outreach, educational, and policy initiatives.
Washington, DC-area law firms become Library Patrons and Supporters by contributing to the deFord Library. They receive borrowing privileges in addition to supporting this unique information resource.
Our Biennial Report
The Society's most recent report is available here in PDF.
Supported through donations and grants, Arthur C. Helton Fellowships provide microgrants to law students and young lawyers doing human rights field work.