Welcome to the Egypt Branch web page. This area of the website is dedicated to the members of the Branch, helping them finding details about its events and news.

The CIArb Egypt Branch aims at promoting and representing the CIArb and its services, and encouraging the use of out-of-court dispute settlement mechanisms in Egypt and throughout the MENA region.

The Branch acts as the focal point for its members and arbitration/ADR users, within its geographical region, through providing locally a wider knowledge of the law and practice of arbitration and ADR, arranging both social and technical Branch activities and conducting arbitration and ADR training courses.

Find out more information about the Branch functions, duties and responsibilities here.

On 5 February 1999, the Cairo branch of CIArb was established as the first ever CIArb Branch in the region and the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA) was announced as its seat. In July 2018, the updated Branch Model Rules named the Branch “the Egypt Branch”.

As of 1999, the Cairo Branch, in collaboration with CRCICA, held regular membership courses and around one third of members at that time were Arab members from outside Egypt.

From 2011 to 2019, the Branch collaborated with CRCICA in holding regionally customized versions of Module I: Law of obligations and Civil Evidence and Module 2: Law of Arbitration qualifying for the membership of the Institute for both lawyers and non-lawyers.

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Latest News

11 Jun 2021

Roebuck Lecture 2021 with Judge Joyce Aluoch

On 10 June 2021, CIArb's Roebuck Lecture took place online focusing on the theme of 'The impact of Singapore Mediation Convention, both on mediation and arbitration' and was delivered by the Hon. Lady Justice Joyce Aluoch EBS CBS MCIArb.

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07 Jun 2021

Branch Focus - Singapore Branch

CIArb’s Singapore Branch is home to 488 members, including many of the region’s leading lights. Originally a Chapter of the East Asia Branch, the Singapore Branch was approved as a Branch in its own right in May 2009.

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