In the past 100 years, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) has trained a large number of influential arbitrators for different legal systems and countries around the world, and has made great contributions to the establishment of international practices in the arbitration industry.
The membership of CIArb has a high gold content, indicating that the holder has a high arbitration knowledge reserve and skills. CIArb divides members into different levels and gives different training and certification. The association has set up four levels of Associate (ACIArb), Member (MCIArb), Fellow (FCIArb) and finally Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb).
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) was established in 1915 with a history of more than 100 years, which headquartered in London, England. It represents global alternative dispute resolution providers in a membership-based manner and provides alternative dispute resolution services for international arbitration, mediation, dispute review, etc. Our growing membership of over 17,000 is based across 149 countries and supported by an international network of 42 branches,which the East Asia branch is located in Hong Kong, China.
As one of the governing bodies of the London Court of International Arbitration, CIArb has extensive influence in the field of international commercial arbitration.
After training, people will:
Interested in the field of ADR (" alternative "dispute resolution);
Those who want to learn more about international arbitration and mediation;
Wish to become an international arbitrator or mediator in the future;
Wish to become a member of ACIArb;
Part 1: Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution
Part 2: International Commercial Arbitration
Part 3: Consumer Adjudication
Part 4: Construction Adjudication
Part 5: Mediation
Part 6: Domestic Arbitration
Part 7: MED-ARB / ARB-MED
Part 8: Conciliation
Part 9: Mini-Trial
Part 10: Early Neutral Evaluation
Part 11: Expert Determination
Part 12: Negotiation
Part 13: Neutral Expert Fact-Finding
Part 14: Ombudsman
Part 15: Online Dispute Resolution
Part 16: Private Judging
Part 17: Summary Jury Tria