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News about the AIQ Campaign and the XI Competencia Internacional de Arbitraje

October 15, 2018

The first week of the campaign started with the theme ¡Entra la cancha!, which was meant to encourage arbitration practitioners to join in creating their own future opportunities by generating information about arbitration in Latin America. So far resp …

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30 Ambassadors Selected to Represent Arbitration in Latin America

October 1, 2018

The Latin America AIQ Campaign taking place October 1st – November 12nd 2018 will be successfully represented by 30 Ambassadors from 10 countries that will not only increase awareness about arbitration but also help generate AIQ responses in order to i …

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AI and Wolters Kluwer to publish 485 international Arbitral Awards

June 12, 2018

Arbitrator Intelligence will, together with Wolters Kluwer, be publishing 485 international Arbitral Awards on These awards were collected by Arbitrator Intelligence, which hopes to collect additional awards and orders, both …

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Data-Driven Decision-Making: From Fine Wine to Fine Arbitrators

June 12, 2018

In virtually every sector of modern business, data is enhancing if not replacing intuition as the basis for making decisions. This trend holds even for assessments as seemingly subjective and rarified as predicting the quality—and hence price—of an exq …

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The Key to Unlocking the Arbitrator Diversity Paradox?

December 28, 2017

Read the new Kluwer Blog Post by Catherine Rogers, explaining how the Arbitrator Intelligence Questionnaire can tap into both our “inner Machiavellis” and the “better angels of our nature” to promote a more diverse field of international arbitrators.

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Wolters Kluwer partners with AI!

June 29, 2017

Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. today announced its collaboration with Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) to improve resources available to the arbitration community and bring more transparency to the arbitration process. Through this collaboratio …

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AI Launches AIQ and Signs Historic Agreement with SIAC

June 8, 2017

After several years in the planning, one year in the making, and many months in the testing, AI formally launched the AIQ, beginning in Singapore at an event on June 1 hosted by the Davinder Singh of the Drew & Napier law firm, supported by the Sin …

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Gary Born at the University of Pennsylvania

May 3, 2017

On March 27, the University of Pennsylvania Law School held a student-led conference on the Contemporary Issues and Emerging Trends in International Arbitration. The event gathered leading international arbitration scholars and practitioners from all a …

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Are We There Yet?

January 21, 2017

Berwin Leighton Paisner recently published a thoughtful and much-welcomed study on diversity. The study collects and analyses the latest statistics on the international arbitration community’s stand on diversity. Some of the numbers are particularly st …

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Gary Born on the Importance of AI

January 8, 2017

In December 2016, Gary Born gave a keynote at the CIArb Young Members Group Annual Conference in London. His speech focused on the importance of AI as a resource for young and aspiring arbitrators, and more generally for the legitimacy crisis in intern …

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Wilske Puts the “International” Back in International Arbitration

January 3, 2017

German arbitration specialist and AI Member Stephan Wilske recently published an excellent  paper, “Linguistic and Language Issues in International Arbitration – Problems, Pitfalls and Paranoia.” In this work, Stephan explains how  English is presumed …

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Authors Agree: More Information About Arbitrators Needed

November 6, 2016

“Arbitration counsel want to win.” That is how a recent article by Edna Sussman begins. She goes on to explain that “Understanding how arbitrators think, what they favor, how they make decisions, and how they work together can guide counsel in devising …

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August 31, 2016

 On July 30th 2016, the 3rd Annual Legal Era International Arbitration Law Summit took place in Mumbai, India. Eminent speakers from India and other parts of the world met to discuss and understand the new Indian Arbitration Act and its potential to en …

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Arbitrator Intelligence in Nigeria

June 21, 2016

On June 10, Yemi Candide-Johnson, president of the Lagos Court of Arbitration (LCA), and Catherine Rogers, Founder of Arbitrator Intelligence, led a Discussion Forum in Lagos, Nigeria, to take up “Ten Action Items to Increase the Footprint of Africa in …

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Arbitrator Intelligence called a “Welcome” Cure for “Complacency”

June 21, 2016

In his recent article in the CPR Magazine, “Transparency in International Arbitration,” James Hope–a world renowned arbitration specialist, partner and head of the Vinge’s dispute resolution group in Stockholm–identified Arbitrator Intelligence a “we …

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Latin America Outreach Programs for Arbitrator Intelligence

April 11, 2016

On March 3rd, 2016, Salua Kamerow, Ambassador for the Latin-American Outreach Initiative of Arbitrator Intelligence (AI), was invited to lecture to the students, professors and professionals of two Universities in Santa Marta, Colombia; Universidad Coo …

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Study Aims to Find the Most Influential Arbitrator in the World

January 28, 2016

AI is not alone in the quest to bring more data-driven analysis to arbitrator assessments. In a recent study published in the Global Arbitration Review, Rishab Gupta and Katrina Limond from Allen & Overy used citation analysis to measure arbitrator …

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American Lawyer Magazine Points to AI to Promote Arbitrator Diversity

July 7, 2015

Every two years, American Lawyer Magazine releases a Scorecard on the “Highest Stakes in Arbitration” outlining the world’s largest arbitration cases, the arbitrators who preside over those cases, and the firms who represent parties in those cases. Thi …

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AI Featured in Premier Issue of International Arbitration Journal

June 12, 2015

Arbitrator Intelligence is featured in the first-ever issue of Journal of Technology in International Arbitration (JTIA).  In the article, Patricia Shaughnessy, associate professor at Stockholm University and member of the journal’s editorial board, in …

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Your Face in Arbitrator Intelligence

May 26, 2015

Contribute your photo to our latest campaign to improve our site and add your face to Arbitrator Intelligence.

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CARThe Key to Unlocking the Arbitrator Diversity Paradox?: Arbitrator Intelligence

Read new Kluwer Blog Post by Catherine Roger, explaining how the Arbitrator Intelligence Questionnaire can tap into both our “inner Machiavellis” and the “better angels of our nature” to promote a more diverse field of international arbitrators.Logo-Wolters-Kluwer-440