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CIArb Congress 2022


CIArb Congress 2022

Presented by Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Join us for this year’s Ciarb Congress, where we will be hosting a series of discussions in-person and online, on how to cultivate a successful career as a dispute resolver.  At this year’s Congress, you will have the chance to hear from leading practitioners, appointing institutions, and Ciarb Branch leaders on ways to raise your profile, from that elusive first appointment through to building your practice.

JAMS Director of Diversity Outrreach Joanne Saint Louis will be a speaker on the panel titled “Appointing Institutions: What do they look for and how do I get on their lists?” at 11:15 am London / 6:15 am Eastern Time. The panel will feature members of several institutions discussing the recruitment and panel application process for their respective institutions.

Dispute resolution is an increasingly important profession with an expanding market. However, aspiring neutrals at all stages of their career can find it difficult to navigate the complexities involved in getting noticed and securing appointments. This event aims to equip you with the understanding required to do this more effectively, and to showcase the value of Ciarb membership in building your professional credibility. We will be discussing:

      • The challenges you may face as a neutral at different stages of your career
      • How to establish yourself with appointing institutions around the world
      • The value of Ciarb accreditation in obtaining appointments
      • How Ciarb Branches can pro-actively help you obtain appointments through guidance, networking and professional support
      • What professional bodies like Ciarb need to do to improve diversity and break down barriers to opportunity

This programme will be of particular value to MCIArb and FCIArb qualified members who are looking to build their practice, as well as more experienced members who want to share their expertise and support the next generation of neutrals.
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