Overview

The Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL) was established in 1972 in order to promote the co-operative study and analysis of international legal problems by scholars in universities and by professionals in government service and private practice. More...

 
Governance

The CCIL's officers -- a president, a treasurer, vice-presidents and a secretary -- are drawn from the members of the Board of Directors and are appointed by that body for two year terms. More...