CIArb News

Take part in the Arbitrator Intelligence Questionnaire (AIQ)

01 Oct 2018

The AIQ Campaign is a 6-week campaign focused on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama and Peru. The primary purpose of the AIQ Campaign is to collect responses to the Arbitrator Intelligence Questionnaire (AIQ) to generate data about Latin American arbitrators and Latin American arbitration. Parties want more information about arbitrators’ case management and decision-making, and more information can help newer and more diverse arbitrators become better known.

Whether you are in Latin America or not, you are invited to join in the effort by submitting (or encouraging others to submit) AIQs during this period.* 

The campaign starts on Monday, October 1st, 2018, and runs through Sunday, November 11th, 2018.

You can find out more information about the campaign here: http://www.arbitratorintelligence.org/latam-aiq-campaign.

You can also hear Gary Born speak about the benefits of Arbitrator Intelligence at the 2016 YMG Annual Conference here.

Complete the AIQ here: http://www.arbitratorintelligence.org/take-arbitrator-intelligence-questionnaire/

*NOTE: Parties, counsel, and third-party funders can submit AIQs, but for confidentiality of internal deliberations, arbitrators, institutions, and tribunal secretaries cannot.

18 May 2022

UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for ADR session – Mandatory Mediation

The UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for Alternative Dispute Resolution (APPG for ADR) met on Tuesday 17 May in Portcullis House.

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05 May 2022

CIArb holds first official event in Pakistan

CIArb held its first official event in Pakistan on 10 March 2021 at Jinnah Auditorium, City Court in association with Karachi Bar Association for a virtual audience.

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28 Apr 2022

Promoting alternative dispute resolution in Scotland

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators is working in partnership with the Law Society of Scotland to help promote the use of arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. 

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