Annual confirmation of the AICAC arbitrator status

In accordance with the AICAC Presidium Resolution №105/99-15 of February 03, 2015, approved by the AICAC President's Order №17-3/w-15 of February 05, 2015, starting from March 01, 2015 the following rules of the official AICAC arbitrator status confirmation are introduced:

1. Persons having the official status of the AICAC arbitrator must annually confirm their qualification status by writing the attestation report (professional essay). This report must be assessed by experts within the framework of the GISAP project (http://gisap.eu/) and published in the specialized IASHE journal "GISAP: Economics, Jurisprudence and Management".

2. Persons who have acquired the official status of the AICAC arbitrator on the basis of the AICAC Presidium decision - without passing the attestation (examination) program (in the field of the international private law) within the framework of the project called the "British Department" offered by the International Academy of Science and Higher Education (IASHE; London, United Kingdom;) - must confirm their qualification status starting from the year of acquisition of the status.

3. Persons who have acquired the official status of the AICAC arbitrator after successful passing of the attestation (examination) program (in the field of the international private law) within the framework of the project called the "British Department" offered by the International Academy of Science and Higher Education (IASHE; London, United Kingdom;), must confirm their qualification status starting from the year following the year of acquisition of the status.

4. Attestation works (professional essays) of the AICAC arbitrators are published in the specialized IASHE journal "GISAP: Economics, Jurisprudence and Management", in the annual edition "Bulletin of the American International Commercial and Arbitration Court" and on official websites of the AICAC and the IASHE.

5. Attestation works (professional essays) of the AICAC arbitrators not only stimulate their creative work and scientific-research activities, but also present the arbitrators' qualifications to potential consumers of arbitration procedures.

6. The present rules are not obligatory (have the recommendatory nature) for persons who have acquired the AICAC arbitrator status before the 1st of March 2015.