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Global Arbitration Review
GAR know-how is designed to help practitioners better manage their daily workflow by providing unique insight and analysis across multiple jurisdictions.
International Court of Arbitration
The International Court of Arbitration (“Court”) is one of the world's most experienced and renowned international arbitration institutions. The universal scope of the Court is evidenced by the fact that each year, numerous parties, arbitrators and lawyers from countries of every economic, political and social system are present in ICC arbitrations. The Court members’ diverse professional, legal and cultural backgrounds brings a richness to the Court’s daily work and decision making processes. Working closely with its Secretariat, the Court’s primary role is to administer ICC Arbitrations, and to assist parties and arbitrators to overcome any procedural obstacles that arise.
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) is a leading professional membership organisation representing the interests of alternative dispute practitioners worldwide. With over 14,000 members located in more than 130 countries, CIArb supports the global promotion, facilitation and development of all forms of private dispute resolution.
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Global Pound Conference (GPC)
The Global Pound Conference (GPC) Series is an unprecedented attempt to collect actionable data from all stakeholders involved in commercial dispute resolution: parties, their advisors, providers of services (both adjudicative and non-adjudicative) and other influencers (e.g., government officials, policy makers, academics, etc.). It will take place in approximately 40 cities in 31 countries between March 2016 and July 2017 and seeks to generate a global dialogue about how to shape the future of dispute resolution and improve access to justice in the 21st Century, using state of the art information technology and voting systems.