to contribute to this major survey into costs in international arbitration. The survey
report and conference will provide an invaluable contribution to the debate on costs,
helping to generate proposals to restore speed and cost-effectiveness to the arbitration process.
This is essential if international arbitration is to maintain its position
as the commercial dispute resolution method of choice."
“To make the survey effective, we need corporate counsel, party representatives, arbitrators and tribunal members to give us as much data as possible on arbitrations in which they have been involved.”
Doug Jones SC FCIArb, Vice President of CIArb
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) has launched a major survey into the costs of international arbitration. The ‘Costs of Arbitration’ survey gathers data to inform parties, legal representatives and arbitrators about the overall costs of international commercial arbitration and how these are incurred at each stage.