CIArb News

Trustee Nominations Received for 2018

01 Aug 2018

CIArb is pleased to announce that the following valid nominations have been received in respect of the CIArb Trustee Election 2018, to be held in October/November 2018.

Great Britain (three vacancies)
Rodney Appleyard
Charles Brown
Louis Flannery QC
Lucy Greenwood
Andrew Miller QC
Richard Hamilton Morris
Jonathan Wood

East Asia (one vacancy)
Cecil Abraham
Paul Barrett

Middle East/Indian sub-continent (one vacancy)
Dr Mohamed Abdel Wahab
Chandrakant Kamdar

Candidates have until 15 August 2018 to withdraw their nomination if they so wish.

Elections are being held in those regions for which vacancies will exist as at 31 December 2018. Members in regions where elections are to be held will receive notification from the Electoral Reform Society by email in late September.

If for some reason you have difficulty receiving email or have not provided CIArb with an email address and require printed papers, please contact governancesecretary@ciarb.org in the first instance.

With only the requisite number of nominations having been received for the Africa region, the following candidate is deemed to be elected as CIArb Trustee for the term beginning 1 January 2019:

Africa (one vacancy)
Dr David Kariuki Muigua

30 Sep 2022

Members endorse changes to Charter and Bye-Laws including C.Adj designation

CIArb members vote overwhelmingly for governance reform, including the Chartered Adjudicator designation, which will improve CIArb’s ability to meet its members’ needs.

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21 Sep 2022

CIArb and SAC announce new collaboration on fundholding

New collaboration announced at ICCA Edinburgh 2022 under which parties to disputes administered by SAC to be signposted to CIArb Stakeholder Account Service.

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21 Sep 2022

UK APPG for ADR session

On Wednesday 7th September 2022, the alternative dispute resolution all-party parliamentary group (ADR APPG) met for approximately two hours at 1 Parliament St, London to discuss the currently open Ministry of Justice consultation. 

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