MISSION STATEMENT: Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) aims to promote transparency, fairness, and accountability in the selection of international arbitrators, and to facilitate increased diversity in arbitrator appointments. 

To accomplish its goals of increasing transparency, fairness, accountability, and diversity in arbitrator selection, Arbitrator Intelligence is currently working to develop information from three sources:

  • Aggregated web-based information;
  • Information from past awards by arbitrators; and
  • Information generated through Feedback Questionnaires completed at the end of arbitration cases.

Each of these sources contains information that parties need during the arbitrator selection process, but which can be difficult–or in some cases impossible–to find.

By making information from these sources more equally available, AI aims to promote a fairer and more efficient process for selecting arbitrators. Meanwhile, by providing a neutral clearinghouse of information about international arbitrators, AI will increase the visibility of newer arbitrators and accelerate their to establish international reputations. With more information, can more easily assess and appoint newer arbitrators and increase diversity in the pool of arbitrators.

Our growing community of Members from more than 145 jurisdictions are actively contributing ideas and information to help build Arbitrator Intelligence.  In this sense, AI will be a resource built by the international arbitration community for the benefit of the international arbitration community.

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