As part of ICC’s global offering of online and in-person professional development opportunities, the ICC Institute of World Business Law works year-round to host a wide range of trainings and events—the majority of which are open to non-members.
Find out which of these events is coming to your region this year on our Knowledge 2 Go platform or contact the ICC Director for your region to indicate your interest.
In line with ICC’s mission to make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere, the ICC Institute of World Business Law , has broadened its scope beyond its historic International Arbitration work and has created two Task Forces on Compliance and on International Contracts.
Annual ICC Institute Conference
The annual conference of the ICC Institute is the occasion for legal experts to deliberate on a topical issue and contribute towards reflection on new practices in international arbitration. It gathers international business practitioners, legal experts and academics to deliberate on a dedicated topic. Previous conference focus topics include Expedited Procedures in International Arbitration and Dispute prevention in International Procedures. The conference features first-rate speakers, topical discussions and relevant news and an excellent opportunity to network. Each participant receives a complimentary copy of the ICC Institute book on Expedited Procedures in International Arbitration.
Joint Symposium of Arbitrators with Queen Mary College
Co-organised by the ICC Institute, the School of International Arbitration (SIA) and the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London topics covered this event is open to all. Previous topics have included opening up awards in international arbitration and abuse of process in international arbitration.
The ICC Institute’s programmes are developed by some of the most experienced international arbitration practitioners in the world. CLE/MCLE/CPD/CNB Credits/hours may be available depending on the jurisdiction. Trainings are available in English, as well as French and Portuguese.