A wide range of organisations are BIICL members. Many participate in our activities or sponsor our work. 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. Organisation members include law firms, legal chambers, in-house legal counsel, government agencies, academic institutions, libraries and NGOs.
The benefits of being an organisation member of BIICL include discounts on event bookings, BIICL publications and a, hard copy subscription to the widely acclaimed International Law Quarterly Journal.
- 40% discount on Institute events for all staff
- Online access to the ICLQ
- 4 hard copies of the ICLQ sent direct to members (optional)
- 30% discount on a range of publications from Cambridge University Press
- Access to the past papers from Institute events
- Subscription to the institute newsletter
In addition to these benefits Enhanced Organisation Members enjoy two free places at all Institute evening events and two complimentary places for the Annual Grotius lecture and dinner.
Organisation 1 membership is open to organisations which are not for profit agencies, charities and academic institutions.
Organisation 2 membership is open to those organisations which have up to 50 legally trained staff.
Organisation 3 membership is open to those organisations which have over 50 legally trained staff.
Enhanced organisation membership is open to all types of organisation and offers all the same benefits as other organisation memberships plus two free places at every BIICL evening event and two free places at our annual Grotius lecture and dinner.
Organisation Membership FAQ
Cost of Membership
|Organisation 1 membership||£500|
|Organisation 2 membership||£900|
|Organisation 3 membership||£1500|
|Enhanced Organisation membership||£3000|
Contact us to arrange membership for your organisation
Institute Forum Membership
The Institute also hosts four specialist discussion and working groups, called Forums, which cover the areas of Competition Law, Investment Treaty Law, Product Liability Law and Human Rights Due Diligence. 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.
Find out more about our Forums
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For further information about BIICL membership, please Contact the membership team.