USCIB is the U.S. National Committee to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). USCIB’s Arbitration & ADR Committee serves as the contact point for the International Court of Arbitration® and its multi-faceted dispute resolution services. The committee provides assistance in the nomination of arbitrators, makes referrals to parties seeking attorneys, organizes seminars and corporate roundtables, and answers questions regarding the arbitration process and other ICC dispute resolution services. On this webpage you will find useful information, resources and links regarding ICC international dispute resolution.
USCIB is the U.S. National Committee to the International Chamber of Commerce, which has long been the world’s leading organization in the field of international commercial dispute resolution. Through its affiliation with ICC, USCIB’s Arbitration Committee serves as the primary contact point in North America for information about the ICC International Court of Arbitration® and ICC’s wide range of dispute resolution services.
Rules governing a variety of dispute resolution topics:
Experienced practitioners register here.
Our goal is to ensure that we have accurate and current information on all of our candidates. This database is applicable for all U.S. citizens, wherever located, interested in being considered for ICC Arbitrations, as well as for any non-US citizens residing in the United States.
Frequently asked questions on ICC Arbitration.
More information on ICC’s comprehensive range of dispute resolution services.
The ICC has long been the world’s preeminent organization in the field of international commercial dispute resolution. ICC established its International Court of Arbitration® and took the lead in securing the worldwide acceptance of arbitration as the most effective way of resolving international commercial disputes.
Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) is organized by USCIB, the U.S. national committee to the International Court of Arbitration© of the International Chamber of Commerce. The aim of YAF is to provide a forum at which young professionals practicing or interested in international dispute resolution can exchange ideas and learn from established and up-and-coming practitioners in the field.
To learn more about these initiatives, or to join USCIB’s Arbitration & ADR Committee, please contact:
Nancy Thevenin, (212) 703-5047 or firstname.lastname@example.org