Identification signs and insignia AICAC

Uniform

A uniform is an image and individualizing instrument embodying the authorized persons' membership in the AICAC, their collective community and joint activitiy aimed at achieving the goals and objectives facing the AICAC. The uniform shall be used by officials at ceremonial and representational events, during official receptions, as well as at the time of performing certain activities on behalf of the AICAC by corresponding persons. The Regulation "On the uniform of the AICAC", which contains a description and a list of mandatory elements of the AICAC uniform, the procedure of its production and delivery to authorized persons is approved by the President of the AICAC.

The gown is an obligatory element of uniforms worn by arbitrators of the AICAC arbitral tribunals in the course of legal proceedings considering particular cases, in the form of meetings and other procedural actions indoors in the presence of parties to disputes and other persons. The Regulation "On the gown of the AICAC arbitrators", which contains a description and a list of mandatory elements of gowns of the AICAC arbitrators, the procedure of its production and delivery to authorized persons is approved by the President of the AICAC.

1.  Overall description of the uniform

The AICAC uniform has the form of a male or female suit and consists of the following set of elements: 1) a jacket; 2) trousers; 3) a skirt (for women); 4) a shirt (long or short sleeve); 5) a blouse (long or short sleeve); 6) a tie; 7) insignia; 8) information elements; 9) decorative elements; 10) a headdress.

2. Color gamut

2.1. A jacket, trousers and a skirt of the AICAC uniform have a dark blue color.

2.2. A ceremonial dress AICAC may be white, light gray or beige (coffee-colored). 

2.3. A shirt for men and blouse for women may be white, gray, beige or blue.

2.4. A tie may be blue, black or dark gray.

3. Insignia

3.1. Stripes.

3.1.1. Right sleeve of a jacket - on the shoulder: a stripe "Emblem of the AICAC".

3.1.2. Right sleeve of a jacket, slightly below the stripe mentioned in p. 3.1.1.: a stripe with the name of a country represented by the owner of a uniform in English and a picture of its flag.

3.1.3. Left sleeve of a jacket - on the shoulder: a stripe "International justice" (with the image of Themis scales of justice and the globe).

3.1.4. Left sleeve of a jacket, slightly higher the stripe mentioned in p. 3.1.2.: a stripe with the abbreviation "AICAC".

3.1.5. In the corners of collars of a jacket: an angle-shaped embroidery of laurel branches containing stars inside: 1 - for junior officers, 2 - for senior officers, and 3 - for general officers.

3.1.6. On the sleeves of a jacket at the wrist level: stripes in the form of golden bands located parallel to the ground  and stars dividing these bands in two: 1 band and 1 star - for junior officers, 2 bands and 2 stars - for senior officers, and 3 bands and 3 stars - for general officers.

3.1.7. In the corners of collars of shirts and blouses: an angle-shaped embroidery of laurel branches containing stars inside: 1 - for junior officers, 2 - for senior officers, and 3 - for general officers.

3.1.8. Right sleeve of a shirt or a blouse: a stripe "Emblem of the AICAC".

3.1.9. Left sleeve of a shirt or a blouse: a stripe with the abbreviation "AICAC" and below - a stripe with the name of a country represented by the owner of a uniform in English.

3.1.10. On a tie: an embroidery "Emblem of the AICAC".

3.2. Shoulder straps and insignia placed on them.

Shoulder straps of all types designed for jackets contain an image of a flying American eagle over the globe, across the diameter and the surface of which a golden five-point star is depicted.

3.2.1. Second lieutenant - one golden stripe and one 5-point star.

3.2.2. First lieutenant - two golden stripes and one 5-point star.

3.2.3. Captain - three golden stripes and one 5-point star.

3.2.4. Major - one golden diamond and one 5-point star.

3.2.5. Lieutenant colonel - two golden diamonds and one 5-point star.

3.2.6. Colonel - three golden diamonds and one 5-point star.

3.2.7. Regional Brigadier General - a golden corner with a tip facing the collar, a golden laurel wreath opened toward the shoulder and one large 5-point star.

3.2.8. Major General - a golden corner with a tip facing the collar, a golden laurel wreath opened toward the shoulder and two large 5-point stars in a row.

3.2.9. Lieutenant General - a golden corner with a tip facing the collar, a golden laurel wreath opened toward the shoulder and three large 5-point stars in a row or combined as a triangle.

3.2.10. General - a golden corner with a tip facing the collar, a golden laurel wreath opened toward the shoulder and four large 5-point stars in a row or combined as a diamond.

3.2.11. General Judicial Commissioner - a golden corner, with a tip facing the collar, a golden laurel wreath opened toward the shoulder and five large 5-point stars in a row or combined as a pentahedron.

3.2.12. Shoulder straps on shirts and blouses contain only the insignia and do not contain decorative elements.

3.2.13. Shoulder straps on jackets are sewn on or otherwise attached, and on shirts and blouses they may either be placed as standard shoulder straps or relevant insignia may be embroidered directly on the fabric of shirts or blouses.

3.3. Information elements.

3.3.1. On the right pocket of a jacket, a stripe indicating the capital letters of the uniform owner's first and last names is placed.

4. Decorative elements

Decorative elements of the uniform are described above in describing shoulder straps and stripes.

5. A headgear is a standard military forage or garrison cap, a beret or a hat (for women), which has a cockade or a patch in the form of the AICAC emblem framed by laurel branches

The men's employee uniform of the AICAC (blue)
Sample of women's uniform (blue)
Sample of men's uniform (beige)
Sample of women's uniform (beige)
Sample of men's uniform (gray)
Sample of women's uniform (gray)
Sample of the judicial robe
Variants of the AICAC uniform headgear

Shoulder straps

Second lieutenant
First lieutenant
Сaptain
Major
Lieutenant colonel
Сolonel
Regional Brigadier General
Major General
Lieutenant General
General
General Judicial Commissioner

The AICAC officers can, at their option, order the uniform through the website or in tailoring shops at their place of residence.

Only persons included in the Official Register of the Arbitration Court judges (arbitrators) are entitled to receive judges' gown and use it according to its intended purpose. Relevant persons officers can, at their option, order the gown  through the website or in tailoring shops at their place of residence.

In case of placing an order for the uniform or judge's gown through the European Administrative Office of the AICAC, the customer has to fill out a table specifying the professionally taken (advisably by a specialist) measurements according to the parameters specified in the table.

In case of unassisted placing an order for the uniform or judge's gown, the corresponding employee of the AICAC can download a pattern of the AICAC officer's uniform or judge's gown to give it to a tailoring shop.


Documents proving the identity and official powers

In the AICAC activity the following main types of official and representative documents are used

 - International certificate is a mobile (pocket) international representative document proving the identity of the AICAC employee, arbitrator, official representative or partner, containing the fixation of a name, photo, position or other status of a person, official (administrative), qualification and representative special titles and ranks, as well as an individual code and other relevant information about the person. The document shall be attested by a signature of the President of the AICAC, a seal and a special hologram. The document has the form of a hard leather case bent in the middle, which has a pocket with a transparent window for placing an information liner on one side, and a metal sign of the AICAC on the other side.

International certificate

 - National certificate is a mobile (pocket) representative document proving the identity of the AICAC employee, arbitrator, official representative or partner, containing the fixation of a name, photo, position or other status of a person, official (administrative), qualification and representative  special titles and ranks, as well as an individual code and other relevant information about the person, as well as fixing particular powers of the person in the framework of his/her activities on behalf of the AICAC in a particular state.

National certificate

 - Administrative certificate is a wall document affirming administrative (official) titles and ranks given to a corresponding person.

Administrative certificate

 - Qualification certificate is a wall document affirming qualification titles and ranks given to a corresponding person.

Qualification certificate

 - International certificate of attorney is a wall document affirming the fact of international representative powers of a corresponding person, the scope of his/her representational competence and the term the person's powers.

International certificate of attorney

- Representative  certificate is a mobile (pocket) document affirming the fact of international representative powers of a corresponding person, the scope of his/her representational competence and the term the person's powers.

Representative  certificate


Insignia of the AICAC

In addition to symbolic elements that are placed on the AICAC uniforms, in the AICAC activities the following types of insignia are also used:

1. A badge with the AICAC token: (1) employee's, (2) arbitrator's, (3) official representative's or (4) partner's

The AICAC employee badge
The AICAC arbitrator badge
The AICAC official representative badge
The AICAC partner badge

2. A badge reflecting the administrative rank of a corresponding person

3. A badge reflecting the qualification rank of a corresponding person


4. A badge reflecting the functions (competence) of a corresponding person