How to become a member of the ICC Institute of World Business Law


Members have the opportunity to:

- Contribute to the work of the Institute
- Make known and support the activities of the Institute
- Provide the Institute with a wealth of expertise in many fields of international law and practice
- Apply to speak at Institute events
- The opportunity to propose various subjects for reflection
- Promote Institute activities in their home countries


- 5% reduction on all Institute conferences and a selection of other ICC conferences

- 20% reduction on all Institute publications

- An invitation to attend an annual Colloquium free of charge

- An entry in the on-line Directory of Institute Members

- A twice-yearly electronic Newsletter

- An Institute LinkedIn group

- Invitations to various social events organized exclusively for Institute Members

- After 2 years of Institute membership you will be eligible for Council membership, the governing body of the Institute

Membership Fees

All members are required to pay an annual membership fee that runs from January to December.

Standard rate: €350* (€420 incl. VAT)

Under 35 rate: €200* (€240 incl. VAT)

*excl. VAT 20%

How to become a member

You can apply for membership directly online:

or click here to download the membership application form: ICC Institute Membership Application Form 2016

Please note that, according to the Institute Statutes (Article 4.8.b), an Admission Committee will consider your application. For this purpose, you will be asked to send a CV. You will also be invited to fill in a form and send a photograph for the directory. Should your candidacy not be approved by the Council of the Institute, your payment will be reimbursed.

The form can be returned by:

Fax: +33 1 49 53 28 67
Post: ICC Institute of World Business Law, 33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France

Institute Statutes

Please click on the links below to access the Institute Statutes.

English version - Statutes ICC Institute of World Business Law

French version - Statutes ICC Institute of World Business Law