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Arbitrators

Introduction

Any person who has completed the relevant arbitration training certificate course, obtained the relevant Certificate and passed the IDRRMI's Professional Arbitrator Accreditation Assessment will be eligible to apply to be an Arbitration Member (AMIDRRMI) of IDRRMI. There are four levels of arbitration practitioners at the IDRRMI structure.

 

Eligibility

According to their arbitration experience, Arbitrators at the IDRRMI are divided into four levels, i) Arbitration Associate, ii) Arbitration Member, iii) Arbitration Fellow, and iv) Chartered Arbitrator.

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- Arbitration Associate (AaIDRRMI)

The Arbitration Associate shows commitment to understand and develop a career in the arbitration professional. He/She must fulfill one of the following requirements:

  • Successfully completed the Professional Arbitrator Training Certificate Course organized or co-organized by the Academy of International Dispute Resolution & Professional Negotiation (AIDRN); or
  • Completed a recognized arbitrator training course organized by other organizations

- Arbitration Member (AMIDRRMI)

The Arbitration Member of the IDRRMI is a recognition for individual who demonstrates good knowledge and integrity of being an arbitration practitioner.

Applicants to the Arbitration Member (AMIDRRMI) of the IDRRMI must fulfill one of the following requirements:

  • Completed the Professional Arbitrator Training Certificate Course organized or co-organized by Academy of International Dispute Resolution & Professional Negotiation (AIDRN), obtained the relevant certificate and passed the Professional Arbitrator Accreditation Assessment held by IDRRMI within 3 years upon the completion of the Course; or
  • Completed a recognized arbitrator training course organized by other organizations and accredited by IDRRMI, obtained the relevant certificate and Professional Arbitrator Accreditation Assessment held by IDRRMI within 3 years upon the completion of the Course.

- Arbitration Fellow (AFIDRRMI)

The Arbitration Fellow is an existing Arbitration Member of the IDRRMI with minimum 3 years of experience in arbitration. He/She showed an outstanding commitment towards the professionalism of arbitration with good performance standard of behavior, skills and knowledge in the Board Interview for Arbitration Fellow. It is a highest level of professional recognition.

  • An existing Arbitration Member of the IDRRMI for at least 3 years of arbitration experience; and
  • Passed the Board Interview for Arbitration Fellow

- Chartered Arbitrator (CAIDRRMI)

The Chartered Arbitrator is equipped with the most advanced experience in the arbitration field. He/She is an existing Arbitration Fellow of the IDRRMI who has passed the Peer Review Panel for Chartered Arbitrators by demonstrating the ability to apply advanced skills and knowledge of arbitration to the parties.

  • An existing Arbitration Fellow of the IDRRMI; and
  • Passed the Board Interview for Chartered Arbitrator.

 

Why do I have to become an Arbitrator of IDRRMI?

IDRRMI is a platform for world-class dispute resolution specialists, it is an excellent community for arbitrators to develop and expand their career in arbitration and other dispute resolution mechanisms. It provides a variety opportunity of Continuing Professional Development and networking, including advanced professional training courses, talks, seminars and mediation case referrals. We serve to support professional development for our arbitrators.