Categories of membership

A.  Professional membership (individual,
      corporate and chambers)

B.  Special membership:*

(a) new professional (i.e., first three years after graduation);
(b) full-time academic; and
(c) public sector (e.g., judges, government counsel, staff of NGOs/IGOs)
(d) African nationals (2015-2016)
(e) Sydney Congress 2018 Ambassador

* Special membership is open to those specialists who earn no significant fees as arbitrator or counsel.


Membership contribution

A. Professional membership:

  • Individual: EUR 350
  • Corporate or Chambers: EUR 1200 (for up to 4 members)
  • Additional corporate or chambers member: EUR 250 (above initial 4 members)

B. Special membership: EUR 175


Young ICCA interest group members will be eligible for participation in the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme, training workshops, blog and other activities of Young ICCA.



Steps in the application process

  • Applicants submit an application form either on-line or in hard copy
  • Applications are reviewed by the ICCA Governing Board*
  • Successful applicants are provided with log-in details for the member-only website features and with payment details
  • Membership is for the twelve consecutive months after membership has been confirmed

 *The ICCA Governing Board reserves the right to deny membership in its sole discretion if circumstances so require. 



Membership of ICCA

Membership of the non-governmental organisation ICCA
is open to all dispute resolution specialists.

The general ICCA membership is headed by a Governing Board of up to 40 recognized specialists in the field of dispute resolution from all parts of the world, drawn from the general membership.



Benefits of ICCA membership

All members of the ICCA NGO are entitled to the following membership benefits:

  • Inclusion in an electronic membership directory on the ICCA website
  • Inclusion in a hard-copy membership directory, to be distributed to members once per year
  • 10% discount on the purchase price of the Yearbook Commercial Arbitration (available through www.kluwerlaw.com)
  • 10% discount to attend the biennial ICCA Congresses and Conferences
  • Regular newsletters
  • Advance notice of ICCA-sponsored events and activities

ICCA members are also entitled to take part in the activities of ICCA interest groups and projects, and are eligible for appointment to the ICCA Governing Board.



Corporate or Chambers Application Form

Applicants for Corporate or Chambers Membership (for up to 4 members) should use the PDF application form (to be downloaded here) and submit it via email to membership@arbitration-icca.org or by fax to +31.70.302.2837. To register an additional corporate or chambers member (in addition to 4 members), please contact membership@arbitration-icca.org.


Individual Application Form

To apply for individual membership, please submit the following online application. You may also download an application form (downloadable here) and submit it via email to membership@arbitration-icca.org or by fax to +31.70.302.2837

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Members Annual Hard Copy Directory

Full contact details will be published in the annual ICCA hard copy membership directory, which will be sent to all ICCA members by mail.

Contact details may also be published in the ICCA on-line membership directory.

When applying for membership, applicants should indicate whether or not they prefer to have their contact details published on-line. 

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