The course provides candidates with a detailed knowledge of the law underpinning arbitration and the procedural elements of a Domestic (ie. non-international) Arbitration, to enable them to understand and participate in such proceedings.
The course focuses on legal principles, process, practice and procedure in Domestic Arbitration. It is therefore valuable for anyone wishing to understand this topic generally, for example as a party, party representative or witness. It is also an essential requirement for qualification as a Fellow of CIArb, and for those who aim to practise as a Domestic Arbitrator.
Please note: The Domestic element refers to the jurisdiction of England and Wales only.
On successful completion of this course candidates will be able to:
Define what is meant by the term ‘Domestic Arbitration’.
What is covered within the syllabus?
• Dispute Resolution Processes – An Overview
• A History of Arbitration
• The Arbitration Act 1996
• Choices Available to Parties
• The Arbitration Agreement and Commencement
• Appointing an Arbitral Tribunal
• The Arbitral Tribunal: Independence and Impartiality
• The Arbitral Tribunal: Jurisdiction and Powers
• The Arbitral Tribunal: Duties and Procedural Choices
• Procedures: Pleadings, Documents and Evidence
• Procedures: Applications to the Tribunal
• Procedures: The Hearing
• Remedies, Costs, Interest and Currency
• The Role of the Court
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
No additional Membership Grades are unlocked by this course