“Being a member of ICCA means being part of a worldwide community that seeks to improve the way we settle disputes and being among those who shape the future of international arbitration.”
- Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler
“ICCA is THE international arbitration association par excellence. Membership of ICCA not only provides fantastic networking opportunities with colleagues from all over the globe, but a great platform for exchanging ideas on how to improve and develop international arbitration for senior practitioners as well as the younger generation. ICCA Congresses are particularly remarkable as they expose members to cutting-edge thinking in international arbitration."
“For those interested in international arbitration, ICCA is the most effective gateway to top quality international arbitration congresses and conferences as well as authoritative publications in the field of alternative dispute resolution. ICCA membership entitles you to participate in various ICCA activities in order to contribute to the harmonization of arbitration and conciliation rules, laws, procedures and standards.”
“ICCA is an International Arbitration Association like no other. Its publications are best in class and the gold standard of thoughtfulness. As a member of ICCA, one is able to reach the world’s top practitioners and engage in a dialogue that would otherwise not have been within our reach. ICCA continues to drive the thought process of shaping arbitration for the future.”
“Due to the membership base, and the quality of initiatives, conferences and publications, ICCA is a unique organization. By joining ICCA as Members, you’ll have the opportunity to exchange experiences with the world’s top practitioners and arbitrators and actively participate in the continuing process of reshaping our area of practice.”
“ICCA provides an inspiring environment for arbitration practitioners from around the world. Being an ICCA member has enabled me to not only combine developing arbitration know-how with excellent networking opportunities, but also to take part in a project together with esteemed practitioners from an economic and legal background that will hopefully have a real impact on the future of arbitration: The ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages in International Arbitration, where we developed an innovative app to calculate damages.”