The AAA website provides American-centric information on dispute prevention and resolution including mediation, arbitration, fact-finding, partnering, dispute review boards and other related alternative dispute resolution processes. Includes the AAA arbitration rules.
CRCICA administers domestic and international arbitrations in the Afro-Asian region. Includes CRCICA rules.
CEDR aims to encourage and develop mediation and other cost-effective dispute resolution and prevention techniques in commercial and public-sector disputes in the UK. Site contains some useful practical advice on mediation.
CIArb promotes and facilitates the determination of disputes by arbitration, and by alternative means of dispute resolution (ADR) including mediation and, where appropriate, adjudication, for a wide variety of business and commercial sectors. It is a global body, with headquarters in London and branches world-wide. Includes arbitration rules.
CIETAC resolves economic and trade disputes by means of arbitration and mediation. Site includes arbitration rules and the text of conventions and selected laws of the People’s Republic of China.
The HKIAC website includes the text of its various rules in relation to arbitration, mediation and conciliation.
The Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA), including its arbitration rules, hosted on the website of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
ICSID is an autonomous international organization with close links with the World Bank. ICSID provides facilities for the conciliation and arbitration of disputes between member countries and investors under Bilateral Investment Treaties.
The ICC Court of Arbitration is one of the principal international arbitration institutions. Includes ICC rules.
Website of the International Commercial Arbitration Court (ICAC) at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
The ICCA is the leading world-wide organisation devoted to promoting international arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution. Includes an online Directory of Arbitration Websites.
InvestmentClaims.com provides access to foreign investment law instruments and jurisprudence. Cases and legislation published on this site should be checked and verified against official primary sources wherever possible. This site is not considered a primary or official source for legislation.
The Investment Treaty Arbitration (ITA) database is maintained by the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. ITA aims to provide access to all publicly available investment treaty awards, information and resources relating to investment treaties and investment treaty arbitration, and links to further resources. Cases and legislation published on this site should be checked and verified against official primary sources wherever possible. This site is not considered a primary or official source for legislation.
A London based international arbitration organisation dealing with arbitration and mediation. The LCIA Arbitration Rules are intended for use in the widest range of commercial disputes, domestic and international and under any system of law.
OHADA is a legal tool designed by and for Africa to serve the purpose of regional (particularly in the Francophone region) integration and economic growth on the Continent. It includes information of use to corporations, business people and law practitioners.
The home page for international arbitration in Switzerland. Contains the rules (based on UNCITRAL rules) and other details about arbitration in Switzerland. See also Swiss Arbitration Rules
The T.M.C. Asser Instituut (Institute for Private and Public International Law, International Commercial Arbitration and European Law) is located in The Hague, The Netherlands. The University of Amsterdam is the Instituut
Information on a substantial volume of International Commercial Arbitration Resources in Print and Electronic Format. Updated as noted on the site.