LAW members write legal briefs and letters examining and
explaining international law governing the use of force between
Advocacy to Governments and the
LAW members lobby elected members of their national governments
to oppose the illegal use of force against Iraq and Afghanistan.
LAW lobbies responsible bodies of the United Nations to maintain
international peace and security and to prevent the illegal use
of force between states.
LAW members seek to lobby and
inform national governments and United Nations officials by
providing legal briefs and through correspondence and meetings.
LAW members write articles, open letters and editorials
that have been published in print media in Asia, Canada,
Germany, the United Kingdom, Holland and the United States and
published throughout the world on the internet.
LAW members participate in
television and radio debates and interviews on international law
and the restrictions it imposes on the use of force.
LAW member Professor Brian J. Foley represented LAW at the
International Symposium on Terrorism and Human Rights in Cairo,
Egypt. The symposium was well attended by representatives of
other organizations, including the UNHCHR, Human Rights Watch
and Amnesty International. Professor Foley presented his
War: Using International Law to Compel a Problem-Solving
LAW provides legal materials to individuals, groups or
institutions lobbying against the illegal international use of
force against Iraq and Afghanistan and supports the initiatives
of groups that support adherence to international law governing
the use of force between states.