What is a Certified Arbitrator

One may become a Certified Arbitrator in one of two fashions. A Certified Arbitrator is a Fellow:

who has demonstrated to an Interview Panel advanced knowledge and understanding of arbitration and its practical application, evidencing a professional approach to parties and the public interest (‘Practice Award’); or

who has successfully completed the Graduate Diploma in Commercial Arbitration awarded by Victoria Law School, Victoria University, Melbourne (‘University Award’).

For further information on becoming a Certified Arbitrator please refer to the Home page and to the AICA Guidelines contained in the Statement of Purposes which may be downloaded from that page.