Acquisition 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 acquisition of the AICAC arbitrator status by persons concerned are introduced:

1. For citizens (representatives) of the developed democratic states characterized by the high value of supremacy of law and generally accepted (traditionally) high level of education quality, the procedure of the AICAC arbitrator status acquisition may have one of the following forms:

  •  In relation to high-class specialists speaking English or other widely used languages of international communication, whose qualification is confirmed by specialized higher education and the scientific degree in the field of law or the significant and successful experience of practical activity in the field of international, trade (commercial, economic) and civil law, - decision concerning the bestowal of the arbitrator status is made by the Expert Board of the AICAC Presidium after studying and evaluating personal and business qualities of every applicant (contender). In exceptional cases this procedure allows bestowal of the AICAC arbitrator status to authoritative specialists in the field of social communications and public figures, whose professional practice is connected with participation in regulation of social and political conflicts of different types.
  •  In relation to specialists speaking English or other widely used languages of international communication, whose qualification is confirmed by the specialized higher education, but who do not possess personal qualities described in the item "A", - decision concerning the arbitrator status bestowal is made by the Expert Board of the AICAC Presidium after persons concerned positively pass the attestation (examination) program (in the field of 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; http://iashe.eu/). This program is characterized by the following peculiarities: a) short term of implementation (7 to 30 days); b) it involves expert determination of quality of static (definitive) and dynamic (analytical) professional knowledge and skills of the specialist; c) it is expressed in the acquisition of the supplementary education (in relation to the basic higher education) with the "Analyst" qualification bestowal to the participant; d) it is officialized by the IASHE Diploma, "Europass Diploma Supplement" and "Europass Mobility"; e) it assumes taking an international exam concerning problems of international private law and writing the attestation work (professional essay) with its further expert assessment within the framework of the GISAP project (http://gisap.eu/) and publication in the specialized IASHE journal - "GISAP: Economics, Jurisprudence and Management".

2. For citizens (representatives) of the developing countries speaking English or other widely used languages of international communication, whose qualification is confirmed by the specialized higher education, - the AICAC arbitrator status may be provided only within the framework of the procedure assumed in the item B of the paragraph 1.

3. The requirement to pass the attestation (examination) procedure of the AICAC arbitrator status acquisition doesn't mean that the actual professional qualification of the applicant is not acknowledged or being doubted. This requirement only assumes the necessity to confirm such a qualification and demonstrate it to potential consumers (users) of arbitration procedures.

4. Attestation reports (professional essays) of applicants for the AICAC arbitrator status 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. The cost of the set of documents verifying the AICAC arbitrator status is 150.0 USD including shipping.

6. Present rules are not applied to persons who have acquired the AICAC arbitrator status before the 1st of March 2015.

In order to start the procedure of AICAC arbitrator status acquisition persons concerned must send the application presented below to the AICAC Expert Board.


To the AICAC Expert Board

From: first name, last name

Application

Please consider the possibility to grant me the status of the AICAC arbitrator.

If granted the status of the AICAC arbitrator, I pledge to perform the functions of an arbitrator honestly, fairly and professionally, and to comply unquestioningly with the requirements of the Statute and Regulations of the AICAC.