'In fulfilling our objectives, CIArb operates under a Golden Thread. It does so by delivering education, training and qualifications; developing the learned society; and facilitating the use of ADR mechanisms. This supplementary material facilitates each of these elements. Whether as a student following the CIArb Pathways Programme or as an arbitration practitioner, this work provides a useful tool to enhance and develop the knowledge and practice of international arbitration.'
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators is a learned society that works in the public interest to promote and facilitate the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms. Founded in 1915 and with a Royal Charter granted in 1979, it is a UK-based institution that has gained international presence in more than 100 countries and has more than 13,000 professionally qualified members around the world.
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International Commercial Arbitration is the fastest growing dispute settlement discipline. The complexities surrounding its regulatory framework combined with an ever-increasing — and constantly evolving — set of acts, rules, guidelines, protocols, regulations, national legislation, international treaties, and so on may appear daunting at first glance. This "collection of documents" or "supplementary material" is designed to provide the essential reading for all those who are eager to pursue a career in international arbitration. It will also appeal to arbitration practitioners wishing to have easy access to over 700 pages of arbitration-related resources.