18 Jul 2019
CIArb is delighted to invite its members and supporters to complete its new CIArb Survey. As a global organisation with over 16,000 members worldwide, CIArb is committed to constantly increase the quality of its products and services. The new CIArb Survey is a part of a wider research campaign (together with consulting stakeholders, interviewing members and course delegates) which is aimed at getting essential feedback and developing new strategies.
At CIArb, we strongly believe that feedback is a gift and we would like to kindly invite all of our distinguished members as well as our supporters and various contacts to complete the new CIArb survey which will help us to improve and innovate. One of the objectives of the survey is to estimate the interest in various types of CIArb's courses and the demand for training in areas such as conflict avoidance and disputes management.
As a way of saying thank you for the feedback given in the survey, CIArb offers a 10% discount code for global HQ CIArb events in 2020 for every member who has completed the survey. Survey's respondents outside of the CIArb membership will be offered free online access to our latest edition of CIArb Arbitration Journal and the spring issue of Resolver magazine.
To fill in the survey please follow the links below.
18 Sep 2019London Branch Event: third-party funding and implications for the arbitration process
12 September 2019, a panel of legal and industry experts considered the growth of third-party arbitration funding, and the implications for arbitrators, funders, lawyers and clients.
13 Sep 2019Infrastructure Disputes: What The Future Holds For Us
On 12 September 2019, CIArb’s Dispute Appointment Service (DAS), in collaboration with Deloitte LLP, held a conference entitled "Infrastructure Disputes: What the future holds for us".
11 Sep 2019"Up-date and recent Trends on “Damages” in International Arbitration" conference in Vienna
CIArb is pleased to support as an official institutional partner the "Up-date and recent Trends on “Damages” in International Arbitration"