Articles of the ICC Institute of World Business Law
Revised pursuant to the Council Meetings of 4 April 2019 and 2 April 2020.
The International Chamber of Commerce, desirous of promoting closer relationships between lawyers and practitioners of all countries, thereby contributing to a better understanding among the various parties in international trade, and recognizing the need to enhance its work of harmonization and codification of international trade practices through the training of all those involved in international business activities, has called upon a panel of practitioners and scholars, renowned for their competence in the field of international business law, to set up under its auspices a research and training centre dedicated to international business law called the ICC Institute of World Business Law.
The Articles which regulate the functioning and the activities of the said Institute were approved by the International Chamber of Commerce in 1979 and amended in 1983, 1998, 2006, 2010 and 2013.
Article 1 – Constitution and name
Article 2 – Aims
Article 3 – Membership
Article 4 – Organization and management
Article 5 – Regional Chapters
Article 6 – Amendments
These Articles may be amended by the Chairman of the ICC upon recommendation of the Council.