Law and Internet Foundation collaborates with numerous ministries, state commissions and independent administrations, educational institutions, representatives of private sector and non-profit organizations working in the foundation’s priority areas; and emerges as a key partner in policy-making in the ICT Law area in Bulgaria.

So far the Foundation has supported with expert knowledge the activities of Council of Ministers Administration, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Interior, the former Ministry of State Administration and Administrative Reform, Registry Agency, the former State Agency for Information Technologies and Communications, Executive agency ‘Bulgarian Accreditation Service’, Communications Regulation Commission, Supreme Judicial Council, Supreme Bar Council, Sofia Bar Association and other Bar Associations in Bulgaria, Regional and District Courts, Regional and Local Administrations, etc.

For the implementation of international projects, Law and Internet Foundation has developed a wide partnership network from leading centres of ICT law, universities, state offices, etc. which is a prerequisite for exchange of experience, development of innovative solutions and implementation of good practices.

Among the partners of the Foundation are the University of Groningen, Security, Technology and e-Privacy‘ Research Group; University of Malta, Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences; National Research Council, Italy; Centre for IT & IP Law is a research center at the Faculty of Law of the University of Leuven, etc.

Since 2008 Law and Internet Foundation is part of the informal international network LexConverge - an alliance of leading academic and researching institutions, universities and law firms with interest in legal aspects of emerging and converging technologies and with understanding to the necessity of interdisciplinary cooperation in this direction. The network includes more than 40 partners from Europe, USA, Africa and Australia.

Law and Internet Foundation is a partner in the LEFIS (Legal Framework of the Information Society) consortium, which includes 128 organizations from Europe, South and North America, Africa and Asia working in 18 main thematic directions of ICT Law.

Law and Internet Foundation’s research and policy reform projects were supported by prestigious donor organizations as the European Commission, the World Bank, NATO, American Bar Association – Legal Initiatives for Central Europe and Eurasia (ABA/CEELI), U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), The Balkan Trust for Democracy, U.S. Department of State, etc.

Law and Internet Foundation is a participant in UN Global Compact. UN Global Compact is the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative. A call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals. Since 2016 Law and Internet Foundation is the only member of Bulgaria in EBSN - European Basic Skills Network, as well as partner in Friends of Europe a leading think-tank that aims to stimulate thinking on key global and European issues that span political, economic, social and environmental challenges. In 2017 the Foundation became a member of the European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA), which is a membership based organisation gathering more than 250 members (including local authorities, associations of local authorities, and civil society organisations) coming from more than 40 countries. ALDA is dedicated to the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at the local level.