Domestic Arbitration

Pathway in Domestic Arbitration

Domestic Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) where one or more person(s) are appointed to hear a case that takes place within one jurisdiction. The award is binding and enforceable in court.

Undertaking this Pathway does not require a law background and will benefit all who wish to gain an understanding of the subject.

Our Pathway

CIArb's Pathway in Domestic Arbitration is a valuable opportunity for anyone who wants to learn the skills required to provide an award during a domestic arbitration case.

The pathway has three modules:

  • Module 1 Law, Practice and Procedure
  • Module 2 Law of Obligations
  • Module 3 Evidence, Decision Making and Award Writing of Domestic Arbitration


This Pathway is designed to provide flexible learning through a combination of self-study, and either virtual or face-to-face tuition.

Successful completion of the modules and their assessments will allow you to apply for varying grades of CIArb membership.

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