Arbitration

What is it?

Arbitration is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes whereby two parties agree to be bound by the decision of an independent third party (the arbitrator). The role of an arbitrator is similar to that of a judge, though the procedures can be less formal and an arbitrator is usually an expert in his/her own right.

Our arbitration training

At CIArb you can train in either domestic arbitration (used to resolve disputes between parties in the same jurisdiction) or international arbitration (used to resolve disputes between parties from different legal jurisdictions), depending on your area of interest. Our arbitration training is internationally-renowned for its high quality-teaching, relevant content and academic rigour.

CIArb's Introductory courses offer an overview of the arbitration process. They are ideal for anybody starting out in a career in ADR or who wish to gain an understanding of arbitration.

CIArb also provides a progressive educational pathway for those wishing to develop thier knowledge and skills in the Law and Practice of arbitration.

Meanwhile, our accelerated routes provide a perfect opportunity for experienced professionals to enhance their knowledge and progress quickly to CIArb Membership or Fellowship.
Arbitration • Mediation • Concilliation • Neutral Evaluation • Adjudication • Expert Determination
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