The ICC Institute of World Business Law has launched the 2013 edition of the Institute Prize for dissertations and essays on international commercial law, including arbitration, for anyone under the age of 40. The Prize of 10,000 Euro is awarded by a jury consisting of members of the ICC Institute Council. Essays and doctoral dissertations on international commercial law, including arbitration, written in one of the official languages of the Institute – English or French, must be submitted to the Secretariat of the Institute by 1 April 2013. Further details about the competition can be accessed here.

The 2011 Institute Prize was won by Claire Debourg for her doctoral thesis on “Les contrariétés de décisions dans l’arbitrage international”.


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  1. I have never heard about this ICC Institute of world business law but I missed this opportunity because you have declared that form submitted in 1st April as per your rule.

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