ArbitralWomen is an international non-governmental organisation bringing together women practitioners active in international dispute resolution. The group has its origins in 1993 and expanded mainly since 2000. Today our network is a thousand strong, from all parts of the globe. Members come from all continents and from more than 40 countries.

We continue to advance the interests of
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in dispute resolution.

We are proud of our work in promoting women in dispute resolution through events, social gatherings, mentoring, and sponsoring to assist women law students to participate in moot courts.


Browse and use our website to "Find a Practitioner" and locate arbitrators, mediators, experts, adjudicators, surveyors, facilitators, ombudswomen, forensic consultants, neutrals, lawyers and practitioners in your jurisdiction and/or field of business.

Young ArbitralWomen Practitioners (YAWP) the first young group for female practitioners only. YAWP provides a networking platform for women below the age of 40 who are seeking to address challenges arising in the early stages of their practice.

ArbitralWomen partners programme is meant to mutually cross-reference to partners, namely dispute resolution institutions, hearing centres, dispute resolution media, dispute resolution education programmes.

ArbitralWomen gender equality promotions comprise promoting pledges and charters launched by other organisations and groups, meant to promote women practitioners namely in dispute resolution but also more broadly in the legal and business fields.

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ICCA Sydney 2018

ICCA is pleased to present the preliminary programme for the 24th ICCA Congress to be held in Sydney, Australia from 15 – 18 April 2018. The theme for the 24th Congress is Evolution and Adaptation: The Future of International Arbitration. Under this heading, issues such as the legitimacy of law-making processes, adaptation in the face of substantive and practical challenges, involvement of public bodies and public interests in arbitration, and the challenges and opportunities of modernity will be addressed. read more.

Issue 22 - 20/07/2017

AW logos revamped – Dubai getting into and out of arbitration – Are people waking up to online dispute resolution – Report on Global Pound Conference Paris – Signature of the Pledge by the Paris Bar – Dealing with diversity conference in Nigeria read more.

Global Pound Conference Series – Findings From 2016

The GPC Series 2016-2017 was initiated by the International Mediation Institute (“IMI”). It is an unprecedented, ambitious, innovative and global project that aims, through a series of conferences currently being held throughout the world and involving a broad range of dispute resolution stakeholders, to find out what dispute resolution users need and want and to shape the future of commercial dispute resolution. read more.


Our website is about and by ArbitralWomen but is open to everyone both to search for appropriate and qualified dispute resolution practitioners, and to benefit from the ideas and information offered.