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ARBITRATOR SPOTLIGHT

Eleonora Coelho

One of AI’s first Reports is on Brazilian Arbitrator Eleonora Coelho, who is the founding partner of Eleonora Coelho Advogados and President of CAM-CCBC.

In our Report, you will find feedback about Coelho’s role as co-arbitrator in a Brazil-seated case whose final award was assessed as “presenting a balanced evaluation of the parties’ arguments”, and as being “well reasoned” and “persuasively written.” The duration of tribunal’s deliberations and award drafting were considered reasonable in light of “size of the record” and “complexity of legal and factual issues.”

More information is available in Coelho’s Report and an interview with Coelho will soon be available here.

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Eva Kalnina

One of AI’s first Reports is on European Arbitrator Eva Kalnina, who is a partner at Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler.

In our Report, you will find feedback about Kalnina’s role as co-arbitrator in an Estonia-seated arbitration,  where her questions during the hearings were assessed as demonstrating familiarity with the record and legal issues, helping to clarify factual or legal issues, and as fair and respectful.  The tribunal’s procedural rulings in that arbitration were also assessed as “generally promoting fairness and efficiency of the proceedings.”

More information is available in Kalnina’s Report and an interview with Kalnina will soon be available here.

 

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AMBASSADORS

Open Call for New Ambassadors

Join our Global Team of Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors!

Are you keen to help Arbitrator Intelligence to promote accountability, diversity and transparency in international arbitration?

Do you want to help Arbitrator Intelligence revolutionize the arbitrator selection process, helping parties to benefit from data-driven insights into arbitrator decision making?

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Assist Arbitrator Intelligence with research, conduct interviews with arbitrators from around the world, publish blog posts, and contribute your views to creative innovations;
  • Build your global network of connections in the international arbitration community;

…and much, much more!

To view more information on becoming an Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassador, click on the button below.

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Essay Competition

Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to announce the launch of the Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors Essay Competition!

Do you want the chance to win a cash prize, books, the chance to have your essay published in the Kluwer Arbitration Blog and the opportunity to join the Ambassador program in 2021?

If so, we look forward to receiving your essay by 11:59 pm EST on August 31, 2020.

Full guidelines are available here:

Good luck to everyone who enters!

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NEWS & PRESS

In the article ‘New Tool Aims To Make Choosing An Arbitrator Data-Driven’, Law360 covers the launch of Arbitrator Intelligence Reports, characterizing them as a new data-driven information tool that makes the process of choosing an arbitrator in international commercial arbitration “easier and more equitable.”

August 6th, 2020|

ICCA: Arbitrator Intelligence has been identified as a potential solution to a lack of arbitrator diversity according to a Report compiled by representatives of 18 international arbitration institutions, diversity initiatives, and law firms that analyzed gender diversity in international arbitration.

August 3rd, 2020|

UNCITRAL: United Nations Commission on International Trade Law WGIII’s draft Working Paper on ‘Selection and Appointment of ISDS tribunal members’ mentions Arbitrator Intelligence Reports as an aid to promote accountability, transparency and inclusiveness in ISDS proceedings.

August 3rd, 2020|

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“Arbitrator Intelligence is a welcomed innovation in the world of international arbitration. As a decision-support tool, it offers better prospects and brings more certainty and wisdom to the process of selection of arbitrators.”

Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Head of International Arbitration, Zulficar & Partners Law Firm

“Because many arbitrations in Peru involve Government entities, the Lima Chamber of Commerce has a heightened need to protect against corruption; feedback from Arbitrator Intelligence helps us promote transparency and integrity in our arbitrations.”

Rosa Bueno, Immediate Past President of the Lima Chamber of Commerce; Founding Partner, BuenoLercari Consultores

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports are a technological and informational upgrade to make arbitrator appointments more predictable and the arbitral process even more effective.”

Gary B. Born, President of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre; Chair of the International Arbitration Practice Group, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports make it easier for users to identify qualified new arbitrators and will make it easier to identify and appoint newer and more diverse arbitrators.”

Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler, President of the Council of the Centre for International Dispute Settlement; Partner, Lévy Kaufman-Kohler

“This work of data collection, evaluation and dissemination is critical to the overdue integration of Africa’s highly qualified and experienced leading arbitrators in the rarified universe of international commercial arbitration. Confidence in this international system cannot be sustained in a new world without diversity and inclusion.”

C. Adeyemi Candide-Johnson, Immediate Past President of the Lagos Court of Arbitration; Senior Partner, Strachan Partners

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports offer insights about new arbitrators who may not otherwise be known. More choice will not only enhance diversity but also raise the bar for arbitrators as a whole.”

Chiann Bao, Vice President of the ICC Court of Arbitration and Chair of the ICC Commission Task Force on Arbitration and ADR; Independent Arbitrator, Arbitration Chambers (Hong Kong/London)

“Arbitrator Intelligence is a welcomed innovation in the world of international arbitration. As a decision-support tool, it offers better prospects and brings more certainty and wisdom to the process of selection of arbitrators.”

Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab

Head of International Arbitration, Zulficar & Partners Law Firm

“Because many arbitrations in Peru involve Government entities, the Lima Chamber of Commerce has a heightened need to protect against corruption; feedback from Arbitrator Intelligence helps us promote transparency and integrity in our arbitrations.”

Rosa Bueno

Immediate Past President of the Lima Chamber of Commerce; Founding Partner, BuenoLercari Consultores

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports are a technological and informational upgrade to make arbitrator appointments more predictable and the arbitral process even more effective.”

Gary B. Born

Chair of the International Arbitration Practice Group, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP; President of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports make it easier for users to identify qualified new arbitrators and will make it easier to identify and appoint newer and more diverse arbitrators.”

Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler

President of the Council of the Centre for International Dispute Settlement; Partner, Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler

“This work of data collection, evaluation and dissemination is critical to the overdue integration of Africa’s highly qualified and experienced leading arbitrators in the rarified universe of international commercial arbitration. Confidence in this international system cannot be sustained in a new world without diversity and inclusion.”

C. Adeyemi Candide-Johnson

Immediate Past President of the Lagos Court of Arbitration; Senior Partner, Strachan Partners

“Arbitrator Intelligence Reports offer insights about new arbitrators who may not otherwise be known. More choice will not only enhance diversity but also raise the bar for arbitrators as a whole.”

Chiann Bao

Vice President of the ICC Court of Arbitration and Chair of the ICC Commission Task Force on Arbitration and ADR; Independent Arbitrator, Arbitration Chambers (Hong Kong/London)

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Arbitrator Intelligence aims to promote transparency, accountability, and diversity in arbitrator selection by increasing access to critical information about arbitrators and their decision-making.

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