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

Diversity: The data collected through the AIQ and made available through Reports enables Arbitrator Intelligence to make the decision making of less-well-known arbitrators more broadly accessible and easily understood. The availability of such information, in turn, enables arbitration users to identify and appoint qualified arbitrators who are newer and more diverse.

Transparency: The AIQ enables arbitration users to submit detailed professional feedback that, when aggregated, provides a clearer and more comprehensive understanding of arbitrators’ track records than can be accomplished by reliance on ad hoc research or internal data alone.

Accountability: The potential for feedback and greater availability of information about arbitrators’ track records provides a positive and non-invasive incentive for arbitrators to adhere to the highest professional standards.