How to join the ICC Institute of World Business Law: the admission process
The ICC Institute accepts submissions all the year round.
Candidates who wish to apply to become ICC Institute members have to follow a four-step process:
1. Online application (see below) with the submission of a CV and a Cover Letter
Applications are accepted in English
Please note that Cover Letters should address the following questions:
- Why are you interested in becoming a member of the ICC Institute of World Business Law?
- How do you think you can contribute to the ICC Institute of World Business Law and fulfil its mission and ICC’s larger mission?
- Which ICC Institute activities do you anticipate being involved and play an active role in?
, the ICC Institute Admission Committee, nominated by the ICC Institute Council, will be informed of all applications. It will review them against the criteria set by the Council of the ICC Institute.2. According to the
Please note that the ICC Institute Admission Committee will ensure that :
– The applicants’ main activity relates to international business law and the applicants have relevant experience in the field.
The Institute’s main focuses are international arbitration / international contracts / compliance.
– The applicants are motivated to participate in the activities of the ICC Institute and wish to contribute to the ICC Institute think-tank role.
The Admission Committee may contact applicants to request more information or further clarification.
3. Once the ICC Institute Admission Committee has reviewed applications, candidates will be informed of its decision.
Should the ICC Institute Admission Committee consider that an applicant should not become a Member of the ICC Institute, the application will be referred to the ICC Institute Council for a final decision as to admission, upon a report of the ICC Institute Admission Committee.
4. Upon notice of acceptance, candidates will be invited to pay the annual membership fee that runs from January to December.
Yearly ICC Institute membership fees | From January to December
- Standard rate: 400€
- Full-time academic rate: 300€
- Under 40 years of age rate: 250€
- In-house counsel, government representative rate: free of charge
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Post: ICC Institute of World Business Law, 33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France
Membership benefits for 2023
What are the benefits of the ICC Institute membership?
Members are entitled to take part in all global and regional activities organised by or in collaboration with the ICC Institute of World Business Law, including:
- Special invitation to attend the ICC Institute Annual Colloquium for members, free of charge
- Special invitation to attend the Joint Symposium of Arbitrators with Queen Mary College, free of charge
- Opportunities to share expertise, knowledge and to network with all members through exclusive meetings (ICC Institute Innovation Meet-Ups; Jurisprudential Debates), free of charge
- Opportunities to share expertise, knowledge and to network in specific Regional Chapters (the LatinAmerican and Iberian; the AustralAsian), free of charge
- A reduced fee of 20% to attend ICC Institute’s conferences as well as ICC conferences on specific topics
In accordance with the ICC Institute Articles, if supported by five Council members residing in three different countries, Institute members are eligible for Council membership, the governing body of the Institute.
- Be on the ICC Institute Directory
- Contribute to the development and participate in Trainings, ICC Conferences, Debates, Colloquia, Meet-Ups, Regional Chapters’ activities
- Submit articles to be published in the ICC Court Bulletin
- Submit articles to be published in the ICC Institute Newsletter twice a year
The ICC Institute acts as a think-tank, working closely with the ICC International Court of Arbitration and ICC Policy Commissions, so that ICC Institute members may benefit from:
- A reduced fee of 20% on all ICC Institute joint publications
PRESTIGIOUS LINK TO THE ICC
By joining the ICC Institute of World Business Law you will immediately benefit from being linked to an internationally recognised network, acting as a think-tank, and kept up to date with the latest innovations in education and in managing international business law. Your privileged connection to the ICC will engage you directly in helping in influencing this international organisation on how to tackle international business law topics.