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How to join the ICC Institute of World Business Law: the admission process

Candidates may apply to become ICC Institute members and will undergo of a process consisting of four steps:

1.   Apply online by providing a CV and a Cover Letter
2.   According to the Institute Articles, your application will be reviewed by the ICC Institute Admission Committee
3.   Once the ICC Institute Admission Committee has reviewed your application, we will communicate its decision
4.   Upon notice of acceptance, you will be invited to pay the annual membership fee that runs from January to December


Yearly 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

For further information, please contact:

E-mail: institute@iccwbo.org
Fax: +33 1 49 53 30 95

Post: ICC Institute of World Business Law, 33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France


Membership benefits for 2022

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 (in the Q4 of 2022 – date to be announced soon)
  • Special invitation to attend the Joint Symposium of Arbitrators with Queen Mary College on 27 June, 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.

VISIBILITY

  • 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

AFFILIATE BENEFITS

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 the annual subscription for the ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin
  • 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.

Events Exclusive for ICC Institute Members

Colloquium for Arbitrators

An exclusive event organised for ICC Institute Members, this yearly meeting attracts some of most experienced international arbitrations practitioners in the world. The confernece is free of charge.

Knowledge Sharing Sessions

Held annually and organised worldwide, these informal meetings are reserved for ICC Institute members only. They represent an invaluable opportunity to network and exchange on the latest developments regarding international business law. Some of the topics covered in past editions include new trends in awards’ annulment; multi-tier, complex or pathological arbitration clauses; integrity and efficiency in decision making processes.

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