International Nuclear Law Essentials 2020 Session

Application period is closed 



The 2020 INLE programme will be conducted under the leadership of Paul Bowden, Honorary Professor of Law, The Nottingham Law School.

Comprehensive lectures will be delivered by renowned specialists in nuclear law from international organisations, governments and private industry.

For reference, information on the 2020 programme and lecturers can be found at the following links.

INLE 2020 Programme      INLE 2020 List of lecturers

Application and admission process


Applicants should have at least one year of relevant professional experience and a basic understanding of law as it relates to nuclear energy.


All course instruction and discussion take place in English; all course materials are provided in English. Simultaneous interpretation is not available during the course.

Registration fee

The registration fee for the 2020 programme is EUR 2 200.

The registration fee includes admission for the participant to:

  • the general lecture and discussion sessions
  • social events, including a welcome reception and a group dinner.

Print and electronic reference materials are provided to INLE participants.

The registration fee is not subject to French taxes of any kind.

Costs associated with travel, accommodation, subsistence expenses, insurance and any other miscellaneous items are not covered by the registration fee and shall be borne exclusively by the participant.

The registration fee must be paid by bank transfer only and in full two weeks before the start of the programme. Participation will be confirmed only upon payment in full of the registration fee.


The NEA will process registration fee refunds only for absence due to medically-certified illness.

Confirmed participants may have the right to transfer their registration to another person or to the next INLE session, subject to certain conditions.

Practical information


The INLE will take place at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris, France.


The OECD provides information on local accommodations close to the Conference Centre offering preferential rates to OECD staff, delegates and visitors.

Dress code

The dress code during the programme is business casual.