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INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP

Membership of BIICL is open to all and enables you to become part of a diverse community including practitioners, scholars and many others with an interest in international and comparative law, and the rule of law.

Individuals who become members of BIICL benefit from a range of attractive discounts and have an opportunity to network with those who work in the institute as well as the many partner organisations which BIICL is linked to.

Members are kept informed on BIICL's latest research and developments, with many opportunities to engage in debate and discussion through our programme of topical events, seminars and conferences.
    


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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Enhanced memberships

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

Concession memberships

BIICL offers a lower price concession rate to UK 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 up to three of the Institute's events each year, as well as other member discounts. Individuals applying for International membership must provide a postal address outside the UK before confirmation of their membership. Payment for international memberships cannot be arranged as a Direct Debit.

Student Memberships

Students who are studying at a UK institution may become student members of BIICL. A copy of a student identity card or other confirmation of student status from your place of study is required before your membership will be confirmed. Payment for student memberships cannot be arranged as a Direct Debit.
  


  
Annual Costs of BIICL Membership

Individual £140
Enhanced Individual £175
Concession £85
Enhanced Concession £110
Student £30
International £75

   
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. These bring together those with a serious engagement in these areas including solicitors, barristers, in-house counsel, policy advisers, lobbyists, academics, government officials, regulators and international officials. 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.

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