What is Domestic Arbitration?
Domestic Arbitration is a form of ADR where one or more person(s) are appointed to hear a case that takes place within one jurisdiction. With arbitration an award is made by the Arbitrator, this award is binding and enforceable in court.
The Pathway in Domestic Arbitration is a valuable opportunity for anyone who wants to learn the skills required to provide an award during a domestic arbitration case. The pathway has three modules:
• Module 1 Law, Practice and Procedure
• Module 2 Law of Obligations
• Module 3 Evidence, Decision Making and Award Writing of Domestic Arbitration
This Pathway is designed to provide flexible learning through a combination of online self-study and face-to-face tuition.
Undertaking this Pathway does not require a law background and will benefit all who wish to gain an understanding of domestic arbitration
Successful completion of the modules and their assessments will allow you to apply for varying grades of membership with CIArb.