Financial Support

"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 N. Brower

ASIL welcomes and greatly appreciates the financial support of its members, supporters, grantors, and sponsors. Your contribution enables us to carry out our mission—to foster the study of international law and promote the establishment and maintenance of international relations on the basis of law and justice. You can contribute to the Society in various ways: through a one-time donation, a recurring donation, a multi-year pledge, or through planned giving.

For financial support questions, please contact Director of Development Jack Karako at jkarako@asil.org or +1 (202) 939-6003.

Giving Options

The Society’s Annual Fund is designed to raise funds throughout the year to support the general operations, programs, and services that support ASIL’s core mission. These resources are required to complement the revenues received from ASIL’s membership dues, which only cover 17% of the Society’s annual operations.

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The David D. Caron Fund will be used to support the Society's Research Forum, including the creation of an annual prize and annual fellowships for students or recent graduates who attend the Forum, as well as for other Society activities.

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The ASIL Endowment for International Law generates income to support and perpetuate the Society’s educational programs and to advance its mission.

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Additional Giving Options

The fund supports the work of the BASIL Task Force, including through fellowships, mentorship, and research.

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This fund provides travel and per diem expense support for visiting international scholars and presenters at the ASIL Annual Meeting.

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This fund provides "micro-grants" for law students and young professionals to pursue field work and research on significant issues involving international law, human rights, humanitarian affairs, international criminal law, and related areas through overseas internships with non-governmental and international organizations.

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ASIL Patrons Charles N. Brower, center, the late David Caron, and Lucy Reed