Opportunities and materials for arbitrators and legal practitioners
ICC helps interested practitioners to learn more about international arbitration and to get involved, whether as counsel or arbitrator.
ICC offers formal and informal educational programmes – from beginner through to expert level – publish awards, articles and books, organize conferences, and create opportunities for arbitrators and practitioners wanting to become more involved in ICC Arbitration.
Internships are offered with the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the ICC International Centre for ADR.
Job opportunities with the Court, the Centre and other ICC teams are regularly published on the ICC website.
The ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (ICC YAF) offers academic and social networking events and is a rich source of information on practice development and job opportunities etc. Almost all ICC YAF events and activities are free of charge. To keep informed about these events, visit the ICC website or register your contact details to receive email alerts.
Link to ICC YAF pages
Training and conferences
ICC Training and Conferences runs a comprehensive programme of training events and conferences throughout the year, focusing on particular audiences, regions and industries. Local events dedicated to arbitration are generally free of charge. To keep informed about these events, visit the ICC website or register your contact details to receive email alerts.
Link to Training and Events pages
ICC Publishing offers resources in print and online media:
- Extracts of ICC Arbitration awards, sanitized in conformity with ICC’s policies regarding case confidentiality, are published in the interests of offering a source of international arbitration jurisprudence. The list of publications in which practitioners can find extracts of awards and even a tool to locate published awards are available in the reference material section on international arbitration page.
- Expert insights on international arbitration practice are published in the Court’s Bulletin on ICC’s Dispute Resolution Library (DRL). The DRL also enables users to search all published content (including awards) electronically. The ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR’s reports on pertinent topics in arbitration are also freely available in ICC’s DRL. (www.iccdrl.com)
ICC operates a dedicated facility for hearings and meetings to be used for arbitrations and other forms of commercial dispute resolution. The ICC Hearing Centre is the first such specialized facility in Paris.
Link to Hearing Centre pages