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The Hellenic Branch was one of the oldest branches of the International Law Association (ILA), first established in 1911. It took its present form in 1998, when it was incorporated as an association under Greek law. Today, it brings together international lawyers, academic and practitioners alike.

In the spirit of the objectives of the International Law Association, the Hellenic Branch is strongly committed to the study and development of public and private international law. To this effect its members play an important role in the work of the ILA committees and study groups, contributing to the advancement of international law and the creation of closer ties between international lawyers.

Download the .pdf below to read the full statutes.

Download this file (statute_el.pdf)statute_el.pdf[Statute (in Greek)]
Download this file (statute_en.pdf)statute_en.pdf[Statute (English)]