CILC is honored by its Partnerships with noted organizations long committed to promoting the rule of law across the globe.
The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights is one of the foremost international human rights organizations in the United States. The RFK Center's core programs focus on the power of the individual, working through alliances and organizations, to generate change. In 2009-2011, the California International Law Center partnered with the RFK Center on the Darfur Project to produce the Report "Toward Peace with Justice in Darfur: A Framework for Accountability ."
From the award-winning American Journal of International Law to hosting the world’s preeminent annual gathering of international law experts, and coordinating programs serving students and faculty around the world, the American Society of International Law (ASIL) is committed to promote its academic partners' programs and faculty to the Society’s worldwide community of international law professionals. The academic partnership introduces law students to a worldwide network of international law experts, facilitates mentorship for law students and young practitioners, and provides substantive programs on contemporary global issues and careers.
The partnership provides various benefits such as discount on ASIL individual memberships for all faculty, staff, and students, robust career development resources, and substantive programs for all students of Academic Partners.