Members who wish to update their contact details can email Lauren Voges at email@example.com directly.
Contact the Mentoring Programme Coordinators:
Associate, Bureau Pierre Tercier
Senior Foreign Attorney, Shin & Kim
Please contact Young ICCA Coordinator Lauren Voges (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request specific contact information.
General Membership of Young ICCA is open to practitioners and students who:
Membership applications will be acknowledged via email; kindly note that membership of Young ICCA does not include a login option.
A complete list of current Young ICCA members is available at this link. (To request the email address of a Young ICCA member or to change any of your profile details, please contact Lauren Voges at email@example.com).
Members are encouraged to network with each other, and to propose projects for Young ICCA to take up.
Advisory Membership of Young ICCA is open to practitioners who:
Are under 45 years.
Have a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in the field of arbitration (e.g. employment with a law firm with participation in an arbitration practice; employment at a recognised arbitral institute; employment or link to an academic institution in the fields of arbitration/dispute resolution).
Are able to share their skills in a variety of Young ICCA activities (including the Mentoring Programme, training sessions, regional conferences, publications and ad hoc projects)
A complete list of current Young ICCA Member Buddies is available at this link. (To request the email address of a Young ICCA Member Buddy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
New applicants who meet the above criteria will be added to the database and the listing on this site will be updated regularly.
Members and Buddies are encouraged to network with each other, and to propose projects for Young ICCA to take up.
Young ICCA is pleased to announce the launch of the fourth cycle of its successful Mentoring Programme. The Programme will commence in January 2017 and, depending on the availability of Mentors, will comprise 10 to 15 mentoring groups.
What is Young ICCA’s Mentoring Programme?
The Programme connects 3-4 successful Mentee applicants to a "Mentor" – a senior arbitration expert who is usually a member of ICCA’s Governing Board – and to a "Buddy" – an established arbitration practitioner. Together, the Mentor, Buddy and Mentees form a "Mentoring Group".
Each Mentoring Group will work together for 2 years. During this period, the Mentor and Buddy will be available to each Mentee to provide advice and career guidance, as well as to impart arbitration wisdom and practical know-how. Guidelines outlining the role of each Mentoring Group participant – Mentor, Buddy and Mentee – and possible activities are available here.
The Young ICCA Mentoring Programme provides a unique platform for young professionals to connect with and learn from the experience of more senior members of the arbitration community. As such, it falls squarely within Young ICCA’s mandate of opening the doors of international arbitration to young practitioners worldwide.
Who should apply and how?
All current Young ICCA members are eligible to apply to become Menteesin the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme (you can become a Young ICCA member by submitting an application here). Students and young professionals interested in international arbitration are encouraged to apply. The next opportunity to apply will be in October 2017, for the 2018-2019 cycle. Note that, in response to feedback received from many members, Young ICCA has decided to stagger the mentoring cycles. In other words, if you are unable to apply or unsuccessful this year, you will be able to apply next year (in the fall) for a two-year cycle starting in January 2018.
No fee is charged for participation in the Mentoring Programme, and no financial benefits or funding are available through the Programme.
How are successful Mentee applicants chosen?
In selecting Young ICCA Members for participation in the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme, Young ICCA aims to achieve a broad diversity and a wide geographical distribution, including appropriate representation of Mentee applicants from countries that are underrepresented in the international arbitration sphere.
As set forth above, applicants are required to submit their CV and a one-page letter of motivation with their application. As places in the Mentoring Programme are limited, the letter of motivation plays an important part in the selection process as it assists Young ICCA both to ensure that successful Mentee applicants demonstrate an appropriate level of commitment and motivation and to appropriately match Mentees with Mentors and Buddies.
For questions, please contact the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme Coordinators, David Kim and Maria Athanasiou at: email@example.com.
Those applicants who cannot be accommodated in the Mentoring Programme are strongly encouraged to participate in other Young ICCA activities.
These activities include: