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Membership - Individual

BIICL membership offers "...a unique learning opportunity and experience"

Feedback from member survey 2016

Individual membership of BIICL

Membership of BIICL is of particular value to individuals who are legal professionals or who have an interest in areas of international or comparative law. Membership offers a range of benefits and an opportunity to participate in the continued debate around topical areas of international law.

Membership Benefits

Enhanced Individual (£175)

Individual (£140)

Enhanced Concession (£110)

Concession (£85)

International (£75)

Student (£30)

40% Discount on BIICL events

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40% Discount on BIICL publications

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Online access to ICLQ* archive

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Hardcopy subscription to the ICLQ*

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20% Discount on CUP Publications

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Access to papers from past events

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BIICL Newsletter

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*International and Comparative Law Quarterly

Enhanced memberships

Enhanced members receive all standard member benefits and have the additional benefit of receiving a hardcopy subscription to the International and Comparative Law Quarterly which is posted to their home address.

Concession memberships

BIICL offers a lower price concession rate to individuals who are full-time academics, retired, unwaged or working for not for profit agencies. New applicants will be asked to confirm their status after application.

International memberships

Those who are based abroad may join BIICL as International members. They are offered reduced price booking for any three of the Institute's events each year, as well as other member discounts.

Student Memberships

Students who are studying at a UK institution may become student members of BIICL. New applicants will be asked to confirm their status after application.

More about membership fees

Download our membership brochure

Could you participate in one of our Forums?

The Institute also hosts three specialist discussion and working groups, called Forums, which cover the areas of Competition Law, Investment Treaty Law and Product Liability Law. Each Forum provides a secure opportunity to share experiences and exchange opinions, contribute to policy initiatives, and promote research in these important areas of law and practice. More details about our Forums

Are you an Alumnus of BIICL?

If you have a connection to BIICL, as a research fellow, an intern, a volunteer or a former member of staff, you are eligible to join our Alumni Network.

Find out how you could support the work of BIICL

Contact the Membership Team

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