Information about newer and more diverse arbitrators is critical
for future appointments, but almost impossible to find.
Help solve this problem by submitting an AIQ
AI’s secure platform collects and aggregates information about arbitrators on a case-by-case basis, but without confidential or identifying information about individual cases. AI also maintains the contributors’ anonymity.
AI works in collaboration with Wolters Kluwer to provide one-stop-shopping for information about international arbitrators. AI Reports will be available on the Kluwer website.
Arbitrator Intelligence has in place controls and policies to ensure accuracy and quality in both the information it collects and in its analysis of that information. more here.
The founder of Arbitrator Intelligence, Professor Catherine Rogers, at the keynote of the Vienna Arbitration Day 2019.
Explanation of the Arbitrator Intelligence Reports (AIR). Welcome to the New Era of Arbitration
Helsinki International Arbitration Day 2018 - How to Embrace the Disruption in International Arbitration? [Professor Rogers’ Keynote on AI at minute 28] (2018)
AI Ambassadors who led the LatAm AIQ Campaign discuss their work (2018)
Professor Rogers talks about Arbitrator Intelligence (2018)
Professor Rogers Keynotes Paris Event on The Future of the Public-Private Divide in International Arbitration, Discussing public role of arbitrators (2014)