05 Jun 2019
CIArb members at all levels are warmly invited to activate and update their new MyCIArb profiles in the CIArb's online Global Directory. Completing the new member profile on the CIArb's website is the best way to make yourself visible in the Dispute Resolution community and get the most out of CIArb Membership.
To complete your profile, please go to the https://www.ciarb.org/log-in and log in to your MyCIArb account or create your MyCIArb account if you haven't done so already.
Once you have logged in, go to the top right-hand corner and click on the red arrow next to your name and surname. On the pop-up menu, please choose "Edit Profile"
The Professional Profile page will allow you to upload your photo and fill in your profile details (qualifications, areas of expertise, etc.) If you wish to make your profile visible to other Members choose the "Make Profile Public" option.
Once you have finished completing your profile, press "Update profile" and your MyCIArb profile will be visible on the CIArb's Member Directory available here https://www.ciarb.org/membership/member-directory/
Whether you are just starting out, looking to enhance your career, or wanting to demonstrate your expertise in private dispute resolution, updating your Member Profile in the CIArb Global Directory will make you visible in the ADR community and allow you to benefit the most from of your Membership.
If you wish to become a CIArb member, discover our Membership types, click here and start your CIArb journey today!
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