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ILIInfluenza Like Illness
ILII Love It
ILIInstitute of Life Insurance (now American Council of Life Insurers)
ILIIndian Law Institute (est. 1956)
ILIIran Language Institute (est. 1979)
ILIIncorrect Length Indicator
ILIInternational Law Institute
ILIInternet Librarian International
ILIInstitute for Learning Innovation (Edgewater, MD)
ILIInternational Literacy Institute
ILIInline Inspection
ILIIndigenous Language Institute
ILIInstrumentation and Laboratory Improvement
ILIIrish Life International (Ireland)
ILIInformation Literacy Initiative (various universities)
ILIIliamna, AK, USA (Airport Code)
ILIIndividual Level Intervention (public health)
ILIInfosys Leadership Institute
ILIIndependent Long Island
ILIInternational Lubricants, Inc.
ILII Like Ike
ILIIntelligent Link Interface (routers)
ILIInsular Language Institute (Isla Margarita, Venezuela)
ILIInstitute for Land Information
ILIInternational Learning Institute
ILIInternational Language Institution
ILIIntelligent Line Interface
ILIInstitutionally-Priced Life Insurance
ILIInstant Lunar Ionosphere
ILIInvestors Life Insurance Company of Nebraska
ILIInstitute for Logic and Intelligence
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Paust, Director of the University of Houston International Law Institute, argued that, while the use of U.S.
Two other general international legal sites are International Law Institute in Kampala, Uganda (see www.ili.org) and the Center for International Legal Studies in Salzburg, Austria (at www.cils.org).
This study was later published by the Procedural Aspects of International Law Institute in 1980 by Professors Hannum and Lillich under the title The Theory and Practice of Governmental Autonomy.
The Chairman of the International Law Institute, the Vice-Dean of Harvard Law School, and the Chief Counsel for Africa at The World Bank were among the distinguished panelists.
On his initiative, the International Law Institute set up in 1921 a commission to study the protection of minorities and of human rights in general, with Mandelstam as rapporteur.(4)
Mandelstam already had presented to the commission of the International Law Institute a draft text on the same matter.
He also endeavored to involve other nongovernmental organizations besides the International Law Institute and the International Diplomatic Academy.
He referred, inter alia, to the resolutions adopted by the International Diplomatic Academy in 1928, the International Law Institute in 1929, and the International Union of League of Nations Associations in June 1933.
The Greek delegate referred in particular to the Declaration of the International Law Institute. The Czechoslovak delegate, Minister Benes, agreed that respect for the human being as such was the only true basis for solving the problem of the minorities.
De Castro attended law courses in the International Law Institute in Washington D.C., USA and Harvard Law School's Program of Instruction for Lawyers in Massachusetts, USA.
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