An independent legal research institute with charitable status, unaffiliated to any university, the Institute is the only body of its sort in the UK. The Institute creates a diverse community of scholars and practitioners and serves as an unrivalled focal point for its substantial membership base. Institute members include judges, practising lawyers, regulators, government officials, international civil servants, academics and students. Its focus is on Comparative Law, Competition Law, European Law, Human Rights Law, and Investment Treaty Law, Public International Law and Private International Law.
The Institute is registered with the Law Society, the Bar for CPD hours, which can be claimed from the majority of its events.
All Members who have purchased an Individual Memberships Package (LL.B. KCL, LL.B. UCL, Members, Postgraduate / Professional) have access to all membership benefits of the BIICL. The regular membership fee of the Institute varies from £ 25 (Student) to £ 150 (Individual)! The AGLS covers the membership fee for its members with an individual membership.
Perhaps the greatest benefit of membership is being part of a global network that includes eminent scholars and practitioners concerned with analysing both ongoing problems and current developments in the law.
To access your membership benefits please login to the BIICL membership area: http://www.biicl.org/members/benefits/
Individual Members can find the login details on the left. If you cannot see any login details, this means that you have not purchased a membership or that your membership has been deactivated due to outstanding debt.
In order to book an event, please login to the membership area at the BIICL. You can book you ticket using your credit card. Sometimes the tickets and the confirmation may be sent to the AGLS email-address. It may take up to two working days for a member of the Committee to forward the tickets. Please notify us after you have placed an oder at the BICCL: email@example.com
International & Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) is the journal of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. It publishes papers on public and private international law and also comparative law. It has maintained its pre-eminence as one of the earliest and most important journals of its kind, encompassing human rights and European law. The journal encourages innovative and original articles that explore the interconnectedness between the legal subject areas, moving across the boundaries that divide the law in a way that provides vital analysis at a time when formal distinctions, in scholarship and between jurisdictions, are becoming less relevant. The ICLQ attracts scholarship of the highest standard from around the world, which contributes to the maintenance of its truly international frame of reference. The 'Shorter Articles, Comments, and Notes' and 'Current Developments' sections particularly enable the discussion of highly topical legal issues.
You can access the ICLQ through the BIICL website: http://www.biicl.org/iclq