The December 2019 edition of the ACICA Review is now available and may be downloaded by clicking on the link below: ACICA Review December 2019
ACICA extends its thanks to all who attended the ACICA/CIArb Australia International Arbitration Conference in Brisbane last week and all other events held throughout Australian Arbitration Week 2019. This was the 7th annual Arbitration Week in Australia and proved to be a record year with 20 events held over 4 days. The Conference was fully [...]
The 20th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot (IMLAM) was successfully held in July 2019 at the Erasmus University School of Law in Rotterdam, with a record of 31 teams from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and the Americas participating. The AMTAC Spirit of the Moot prize was awarded to the team from the Educational [...]
Media Release – 15 October 2018 ACICA 45, a new group for young and emerging practitioners in Australia, has launched this week on the occasion of Australia Arbitration Week in Melbourne. ACICA 45 was founded in cooperation with the secretariat of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) by senior lawyers [...]
The AMTAC Spirit of the Moot prize at this year's 19th Annual International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot was awarded to the University of Miami! A full listing of the results is attached. More information about IMLAM may be found on the Murdoch University website.
The Australian Disputes Centre announces the launch of its First Nations’ Mediation Panel. “This Panel of specialist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dispute resolvers builds on ADC’s work within the community and brings additional focus and resources to the significant opportunities for culturally appropriate dispute resolution” says CEO, Deborah Lockhart. Read Full Press Release on [...]
Back to the Future of Cross-Border Contracts: What 60 years of the New York Convention means for the commerce of today and the conflicts of tomorrow. The New York Convention is a global instrument, but its effects are felt on a local level, and its scope of operation is defined by the flows of international [...]
The Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York Convention) celebrates it's 60th anniversary this year. As one of the most successful treaties in the area of commercial law, the New York Convention has served as a model for subsequent international legislative texts. ACICA is pleased to invite you to join with [...]
Registrations are now open for the 6th International Arbitration Conference, to be held on 17 October 2018 at the Sofitel on Collins, Melbourne. This conference is jointly hosted by the Business Law Section (BLS) of the Law Council of Australia, it involved firstly Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) and more recently the Chartered [...]
View the recently released International Commercial Arbitration Capability Report from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission. The report outlines Australia's offering in terms of world-class international dispute resolution services and expertise to promote global trade, safeguard commercial relationships and manage risk in cross-border investment. Download your copy here.