Are you interested in Family Law Arbitration? Then this is the course for you!
The Family Law Children Arbitration Scheme (‘the Children Scheme’) is a scheme under which disputes concerning the exercise of parental responsibility and other private law issues about the welfare of children in England and Wales may be resolved by arbitration.
How is the course delivered?
The course is delivered in 2 parts over 4 days. Candidates will be trained in relevant aspects of the law of arbitration, practice, and procedure, drafting and deciding, award writing and family arbitration.
Successful candidates will be eligible to become Members of Ciarb (MCIArb).
What are the entry requirements?
Interested candidates must be either a practising barrister, solicitor, or judge with at least 10 years experience in family law casework in England and Wales to qualify. Prospective candidates must have a minimum of 600 hours practical family law casework experience during each of the 10 years immediately preceding their application; 400 hours of which must have involved children family law casework.
How do I apply?
To apply for this programme, please click here and complete the application form.
To unlock this course/assessment, you need to have at least one of the below prerequisites completed
No additional courses are unlocked by this course
CIArb membership is an internationally recognized professional status in Alternative Dispute Resolution. It demonstrates a high standard of education and experience along with a commitment to development and keeping your skills current. Successfully passing this course will make you eligible for Member Grade. Member status indicates a high level of knowledge and/or experience in dispute resolution, as well as a commitment to the principles of professionalism, integrity, and excellence. Members can use the designatory letters MCIArb.