What is the international court of arbitration?
The International Court of Arbitration is the world’s leading body for the resolution of international disputes by arbitration.
The Rules of Arbitration and also the Rules for Mediation are included in publication number 865 which can be obtained upon request in the Court.
The Court members’ diverse legal, professional and cultural heritages brings a richness to decision making processes and the Court’s day-to-day work.
The Court is one of the most experienced and renowned international arbitration associations in the world’s. Working with its Secretariat, the primary function of the Court is to administer ICC Arbitrations. It strives to assist arbitrators and parties to overcome any procedural challenges that arise and continuously performs the functions entrusted to it.
In performing its functions, the Court is aware of its responsibility to make every attempt to ensure awards are enforceable at law.