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CIArb News

The latest news about alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and CIArb.

CIArb International Arbitration conference: focus on Africa

The second in CIArb's three-part series of international arbitration conferences took place in Johannesburg on 19 - 20 July. The theme was 'The Synergy and Divergence between Civil and Common law in International Arbitration'.
3 August 2017 | News

Overview of the 50th UNCITRAL session

Elina Zlatanska FCIArb, Visiting Research Fellow, provides a report from the recent meeting in Vienna.
1 August 2017 | News

Golden Thread update: August 2017

The rollout of the new Pathways modules and Centralised Assessment has begun in the UK and in Europe.
1 August 2017 | News

CIArb welcomes new corporate members

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) is delighted to welcome four new members to its corporate membership scheme: Arcadis, The Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry, FACT and Grant Thornton UK LLP.
25 July 2017 | News

The first steps towards a Multilateral Investment Court

Professor Nikos Lavranos, Secretary General of EFILA, attended the 50th session of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) as part of the CIArb delegation.
13 July 2017 | News

CIArb welcomes 15,000th member

Congratulations to Ms Annie Lee Ling Lai, who became CIArb’s 15,000th member earlier this year.
4 July 2017 | News

Golden Thread update July 2017

An update on the rollout of the New Pathways modules and Centralised Assessment under the Golden Thread project.
3 July 2017 | News

CIArb opens new branch in Canada

CIArb celebrated the launch of its new Canada Branch on Canada Day, 1 July 2017, marking Canada’s 150th anniversary and bringing the number of CIArb branches to 38.
3 July 2017 | News

CIArb Policy Briefing: Brexit Arbitration Body

Read the CIArb viewpoint following news of the potential development of an arbitration body as an alternative to the ECJ for future trade disputes.
28 June 2017 | News

CIArb members urge action to close the ADR knowledge gap

Further work needs to be done to address the knowledge gap that continues to exist in the business sector. Recent research conducted by CIArb highlights this lack of awareness and the need for ADR to be included in the education system from schools through to university and law schools.
16 June 2017 | News