Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration

Arbitration is an ancient and respected form of deciding disputes before a person who decides disputes between two or more parties in confidence. This person, the arbitrator, is considered neutral to the issues giving rise to the disagreement and should not be associated to either party in any way.

Arbitrators who are members of the Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration rigidly adhere to the principles of  impartiality and excellence in their performance as arbitrators (and as mediators as the case may be).

Founded in Melbourne, Australia in collaboration with Victoria University Melbourne, the Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration Inc is a Australian not-for-profit association which conducts the only Australian University recognised and awarded Graduate  Diploma in Commercial Arbitration.

 

STATEMENT OF PURPOSES AND BULLETINS OF AICA

The Statement of Purposes and Rules of the AICA are available here for download.

Bulletins issued by the AICA are available here for download.  1 & 2 & 3

AICA ARBITRATION RULES

The AICA Arbitration Rules have been developed to draw on the best aspects of the Swiss Rules whilst including more certainty in delivery of awards.

Click here to download the AICA Arbitration Rules

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION

Details covering the course offered by Victoria University Melbourne on the Graduate Diploma in Commercial Arbitration are available here for download.