- Libyan Professors Observe Approaches to Clinical Legal Education n June 2014, four professors from three Libyan law schools traveled to Beirut, with support from the ABA Rule of Law Initiative, to learn about Lebanese approaches to clinical legal education.
- Workshops Encourage Community Discussions on Libya’s Constitution Spring 2014 marked the beginning of formal meetings of Libya’s Constituent Assembly, charged with drafting the country’s new constitution. In the lead-up to this process, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) facilitated discussion among legal professionals and within Libyan communities around key constitutional issues, helping to foster citizen participation. From July 2013–April 2014, ABA ROLI held 12 workshops and roundtables in eight locations across three Libyan regions.
- ABA ROLI Co-Hosted an Ethics Training for Libyan Lawyers In December 2012, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) collaborated with the Libyan Bar Association to conduct a three-day workshop both to train 24 lawyers on professional ethics and to prepare them to conduct further trainings themselves.
- Libyan Lawyers, Civil Society Organizations Support National Elections The ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) is working with bar associations in Tripoli, Zawiya, Khoms, Misrata, Benghazi, Green Mountain and Al Marj to train lawyers and members of civil society organizations on Libyan elections law.
- Libyan Bar Association Engages in Strategic Planning From July 11–13, the Libyan Bar Association convened a strategic planning retreat to outline the vision, mission, core values and strategic objectives of the organization for the next 12 months.
- ABA ROLI Co-Hosts a Workshop on Rule of Law Priorities in Libya From February 20th-23rd 2012, ABA ROLI and the International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) jointly held a workshop in Tunis, Tunisia on pressing rule of law priorities for Libya.
- Preliminary Rule of Law Assessment Conducted in Libya
- In January 2012, ABA ROLI conducted a preliminary rule of law assessment in Libya.