Fellow

Fellow (FCIArb)

Across global industries, CIArb Fellowship is recognised as a symbol of peak professionalism. Achieving Fellowship tells clients, colleagues, and regulators that you have already demonstrated an outstanding commitment to achieving the highest levels of knowledge, skills, and behaviour.

Fellows can use the designatory letters FCIArb.

How to become a Fellow

This level of membership requires any of the below:

  • Successful completion of Modules 2 and 3 and passing a Peer Interview for Fellowship.
  • Successful completion of an Accelerated Route to Fellowship Course (inclusive of award writing) and passing a Peer Interview for Fellowship.
  • Completion of an equivalent course from a recognised provider and passing a Peer Interview for Fellowship.
  • Successful completion of CIArb’s Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, Module 3 and passing a Peer Interview for Fellowship.

Application Form

Peer Interview Fees

Guidance for Candidates

Alternatively, candidates should demonstrate:

  • A minimum of 10-years’ experience in arbitration, construction adjudication, or mediation in a lead/sole capacity; including settlement agreements, the management of proceedings, and attending hearings which have resulted in the publication of a reasoned award or decision.
  • A knowledge of law of obligations and evidence at first-degree level or recognised equivalent, or an understanding of law relevant to your mediation practice or recognised equivalent
  • Experience of writing directions and final, reasoned awards or decisions/experience writing mediation agreements, heads of agreements, or memorandums of understanding

Experienced Practitioner Route Application Form

 

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