Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb)
A Chartered Arbitrator is a Fellow of CIArb who has demonstrated to a peer interview panel an advanced knowledge and understanding of arbitration and its practical application, evidencing a professional approach to parties.
With just over 500 of our 17000+ members achieving this status, this is a true demonstration of your expertise and prowess in the field.
How to become a Chartered Arbitrator
• Be an existing Fellow of CIArb through the arbitration route
• Pass a Chartered Arbitrator peer interview
Important: From 1 March 2023, we will not accept new applications for Chartered status until further notice.
This is so we can implement essential changes to the application process to ensure it continues to support the standard of excellence that Chartered status signifies. We apologise for any inconvenience caused while we undertake this work.