08 Mar 2018
The 25th Willem C. Vis Moot takes place later this month with a record number of university teams competing, making it an excellent opportunity to promote our free student membership.
Once again, CIArb is a sponsoring organisation and will have many of our members giving up their time to support the next generation of practitioners.
Commenting on the engagement with students across the globe, Neil Newman, Director of Communications and Membership, said:
“We want to support students who wish to build a career in the ADR field. The benefits offered will help us achieve this goal. Students who join can tap into the Institute’s Young Members’ Group (YMG), keep up to date with news, views and opinions within the international ADR community, access to key resources such as our Arbitration Journal and quarterly Resolver magazine and e-learning and attend regional seminars and events. Whilst the Vis Moot presents the perfect forum for promoting our offer to students we would also like the support of the wider membership to enhance the skills of young talent and aspiring practitioners. After students have graduated, they can look to upgrade to Associate level with CIArb and continue receiving support as they progress within their career”
As a member, we would appreciate your support to help us grow our international reach by promoting to students in your local area. We have a number of promotional resources available.
Please get in touch with Freddie Webster at email@example.com
More information can be found online here.
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