For more than 30 years, the ICC Institute of World Business Law has been contributing to strenghen the links between the academic world and practicing lawyers.
In 2007, the Institute launched the Institute Prize, to encourage those engaged in focused research on legal issues affecting international business.
Contributing to the understanding and progress of international commercial law around the world, the Prize recognizes legal writing excellence in the field of international commercial law including arbitration.
The ICC Institute of World Business Law created the Prize of 10,000 € for an excellent thesis on International commercial law.
The ICC Institute of World Business Law Prize aims to contribute towards the understanding and progress of international commercial law around the world and to encourage those engaged in focused research on legal issues affecting international business. The ICC Institute Prize is designed to recognize excellent legal writing in the field of international commercial law, including arbitration.
The ICC Prize is open to:
- doctoral dissertations and long essays,
- drafted in French or English, the two official languages of ICC,
- on international commercial law (including arbitration).
Closing date for entries for the 2013 edition: 1 April 2013
Proving the interest of practicing lawyers in the promotion of research on international commercial law, law firms and legal departments have sponsored the two first editions of the Prize: BNP Paribas (France), Bonelli Erede Pappalardo (Italy), Bredin Prat (France), Erden & Erden (Turkey), Hengeler Mueller (Germany), L.O. Baptista (Brazil), Slaughter & May (United Kingdom) and Uria Menendez (Spain).
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