Arbitrator Intelligence is pleased to announce that it has formalised its longstanding relationship with ArbitralWomen by entering into a Cooperation Agreement. The Cooperation Agreement encourages collaboration on the organization of dispute resolution-related events, as well as providing support and promotion for events, projects, and initiatives.
Arbitrator Intelligence signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tashkent International Arbitration Centre
Arbitrator Intelligence is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tashkent International Arbitration Centre (TIAC). The signing of the MoU signifies the parties’ shared commitment to promote transparency, accountability and diversity in arbitrator appointments.
The Missing Link in Progress to Greater Diversity: YOUR Feedback about Diverse Arbitrators – Arbitrator Intelligence 2021 Diversity Campaign
In recent years, a range of organizations have sprung up to challenge the existing hegemony in arbitrator appointments. As an opening gambit, ArbitralWomen pushed to have arbitral institutions...
What can take a diverse arbitrator from a shortlist to a tribunal? Useful, reliable feedback that parties can use to make better informed decisions about such arbitrators, and that is widely accessible by the international arbitration community. The goal of our Diversity Campaign is to collect feedback about arbitrators that will make it easier for parties, counsel, and institutions to appoint diverse and newer arbitrators.
Cherine Foty will advise Arbitrator Intelligence on diversity and inclusion initiatives. She will spearhead its forthcoming global diversity campaign, which will bring together stakeholders from different diversity groups. Her history of creative leadership on diversity initiatives makes her a welcome addition to the Board of Advisors.
Founder and CEO Catherine Rogers has been invited to deliver an ‘Update on Arbitrator Intelligence’ at the forthcoming 'Dispute Resolution in the Digital Economy' Workshop, featuring Japan's Proposal on Stocktaking of Dispute Resolution in the Modern Context.
Africa’s Diverse Path Forward: Practical Solutions to the Diversity Dilemma in International Arbitration
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The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of the Government of Canada Has Become A Member Of Arbitrator Intelligence
Canada is the first State party to agree to provide Arbitrator Intelligence with feedback about arbitrators as part of our Membership Program. When feedback from Members is incorporated into our Reports, parties and counsel have a robust and independent resource that goes beyond traditional phone calls with known associates.
Arbitrator Intelligence – cited by UNCITRAL: United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Working Group III
UNCITRAL: United Nations Commission on International Trade Law WGIII mentions Arbitrator Intelligence as an aid that enables users to make better-informed decisions about arbitrator selection and case strategy in the latest version of the Secretariat's Note on 'Possible reform of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) Selection and Appointment of ISDS tribunal members'.