The Foundation for Law and International Affairs (FLIA) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization mandated to promote academic and public discourse at the intersection of law and international affairs. The core vision of FLIA is to promote international cooperation and public dialogue through the development of new ideas and collaboration with various academic, governmental and civil actors.
Our mission is to facilitate international scholarly activities, conduct high quality, independent research and policy analysis, engage in public education and awareness-building programs, as well as amplify the voice of the rising generation.
Every FLIA member is an expert in law and international affairs; Every FLIA member is an ambassador for global awareness and collaboration; Every FLIA member is an architect of an informed and peaceful world.
FLIA is set up in the U.S. and enjoys partnership with renowned colleges, law firms, non-government organizations, and enterprises from all over the world. Our team is spread through the U.S., China, the U.K., Italy, Turkey, Brazil, South Korea and various other regions.
The FLIA Youth | Global Civics program provides reliable educational resources for international students. The fundamental goal of this program is to help the youth become well-rounded global citizens with an international mindset. The 2017 Summer Legal Training Program is custom-designed to meet the training goals of international college students who are seeking to enroll in a foreign law school or work in an international law firm.
The program activities include courses, presentations, field trips, and cultural and social events.
Students in the Program benefit by returning to their own countries with new perspectives and knowledge about the legal system and legal education in other countries or jurisdictions. The teachers and directors in this program are all reputable and experienced FLIA scholars as well as professors from other well-known institutions and universities.
Outstanding students will have the opportunity to receive a FLIA Scholarship and a recommendation for LLM programs at US law schools.