What is this "ICM" thing about?
ICM is short for International Council
Meeting and is used as an acronym within the European Law Students' Association (ELSA).
Much like a Parliament in politics, the ICM constitutes the supreme
decision-making body of the organisation and convenes on a regular basis (twice
For the 54th time since the founding of ELSA in 1981, students from countries
all over Europe (currently 35) will come together in Nuremberg, Germany, from October 26th until November 2nd,
2008, to discuss, work on and decide matters in the field of cross-border
jurisprudence in general and of the further development of ELSA in particular.
Members of the organisation are eligible to take part in this one-week event by
registering through their respective country's national ELSA board.
Sponsors are welcome to contribute; we will gladly [send more information] to anyone interested.