Our staff members at the Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security regularly advise and provide training to governments, International Organisations, NGOs, and the private sector on issues pertaining to international law and global security, particularly in our specialist areas. Past clients have included State governments, the United Nations, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, World Health Organization, International Committee of the Red Cross, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Council of Europe, European Union, and transnational corporations. Our staff also has extensive experience in international litigation, including in proceedings before the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the European Court of Human Rights, the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and arbitral tribunals.

In addition to consultancy, training, and litigation, the GCILS offers a platform for knowledge exchange and dialogue between all stakeholders in the field of international law and global security. We endeavour to promote forward-thinking debates and solutions for the most pressing issues and challenges in global affairs by breaking down the barriers between academia and non-academic stakeholders. One of our flagship knowledge exchange initiatives is our joint workshop series with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, exploring how questions of international law and security play out in government practice.

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