CIArb acts in the public interest to help promote and develop alternative dispute resolution (ADR) globally, and make its voice heard.
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CIArb are calling on members to take part in a consultation regarding cost-controlled arbitration rules.
Elina Zlatanska FCIArb, Visiting Research Fellow, provides a report from the recent meeting in Vienna.
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.
Read the CIArb viewpoint following news of the potential development of an arbitration body as an alternative to the ECJ for future trade disputes.
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.
CIArb issues a statement in response to the announcement of a snap election in June 2017.
CIArb calls for a culture change in the way disputes are resolved across the country.
An official policy document on ‘The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union’ has been released by the Government. CIArb's Policy unit has formed a response.