If you've ever wondered how to get your first arbitrator appointment, this is the webinar for you!
Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the associated post-nominal FCIArb indicates a level of professionalism, ethics and competence recognised and celebrated throughout the world, distinguishing newer arbitrators hoping to receive their first appointment.
But CIArb Fellowship alone does not guarantee one’s first arbitrator appointment. A number of considerations including an arbitrator’s experience, expertise, reputation, accomplishments, inclusion on ADR providers’ rosters, availability, technical acumen, case management, conflicts and a party’s preference and familiarity, to name a few, all factor in receiving one’s first arbitrator appointment.
In this webinar seasoned and newer arbitrators, ADR providers and counsel share their insights on important factors to consider in order to receive one’s first arbitrator appointment. Ideally suited to Fellows seeking their first arbitrator appointment.
This on-demand webinar is a part of CIArb's Ongoing Learning - a range of learning opportunities designed to help you deepen your knowledge and skills, and keep you informed and up-to-date.
Once you have successfully booked and paid for the on-demand/recorded webinar, you will be automatically enrolled onto our online learning platform (LearnADR). You will receive an automated email with your relevant login details. This webinar can be taken at your own pace and upon completion of the Ongoing Learning webinar, you will be able to access your Ongoing Learning certificate with the relevant CPD/CLE hours allocated to it.
Host/moderator: Bryan J Branon
Speakers: Chidinma B. Thompson Ph.D, FCIArb; Madeline Kimei, MCIArb; Simel Sarialioglu, MCIArb; Adriana Uson
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