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The geographical area of this region includes Australia, New Zealand and Micronesia including Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, generally known as Oceania.

Members based in Oceania countries with no Branch, have all the benefits of CIArb membership and can visit and participate in any Branch's activities in this region and worldwide.

The region is managed via the only CIArb office outside of the UK - in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Latest news from the region

New President for CIArb Australia

International arbitrator and barrister, Caroline Kenny QC has been elected President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Australia.
1 June 2017 | Branch News

Wrap Up: CIArb-ACICA Tribunal Secretaries Course

This course report is written from a participant's point of view and highlights the key lessons learnt from the training, led by Professor Doug Jones AO.
26 May 2017 | Features

Launch of CIArb Australia Young Members Group

The launch of the CIArb Australia Young Members’ Group spearheaded by Chairman, Kristian Maley, attracted professionals from across Australia and overseas.
1 March 2017 | YMG News

Roebuck Lecture: Professor Doug Jones examines international arbitration costs

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ highly anticipated annual Roebuck Lecture held on 9 June at the Institution's headquarters in London, saw the widely acclaimed Professor Doug Jones AO provide insight on the topic: ‘Using Costs Orders to Control the Expense of International Commercial Arbitration.’
13 June 2016 | News

Australian global arbitration body appoints inaugural CEO

The Board of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia) has appointed Gianna Totaro as its first Chief Executive.
10 May 2016 | Branch News

Arbitration training to boost dispute resolution in Asia Pacific

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators has launched a training program aimed at meeting the increasing demands for accredited arbitrators and arbitration practitioners to resolve cross border disputes in the Asia Pacific.
3 May 2016 | Branch News