African International Economic Law Network 

About Us

The African International Economic Law Network was established in 2008 with the objective of providing a forum for the research, study and exchange of ideas in the area of International Economic Law (IEL) and beyond. The Network’s establishment followed the Society of International Economic Law’s goal of promoting and facilitating co-ordination, collaboration, networking and debate on IEL, and the need to institute African leadership and ownership within the global network. In mapping out the patterns of IEL in the world, the Africa chapter came to life, sustained by the great foresight of the founders. In line with the Network’s objective, the founders were committed to making scholarship available for African scholars, students and policy experts, and in keeping with this, several initiatives to make IEL knowledge exchange accessible took place.


AfIELN 2023: In Conversation with Dr. Regis Simo and Dr. Kwaku Agyeman-Budu

by Titilayo Adebola, Regis Simo and Kwaku Agyeman-Budu AfIELN 2023: In Conversation with Dr Regis…

Message from the President: Titilayo Adebola

(AfIELN Newsletter. Issue 1, 2023) As the theme for the forthcoming 6th Biennial Conference of…

Reflections on Day 1 of the AfIELN Biennial Conference (2021): COVID-19 and International Economic Law: Africa’s Experiences and Responses

Gerald Ndobya Introduction On Thursday, 23 July 2021, the African International Economic Law Network, in partnership…