International Bar Association’s Guidelines on International Arbitration

The International Bar Association’s Arbitration Committee is one of the world’s largest professional groups for counsel and arbitrators handling transnational disputes. The Committee currently includes over 2600 members from 115 countries. According to the IBA, membership is steadily increasing.The Arbitration Committee has published several sets of Rules and Guidelines that are widely accepted by the global arbitration community as an expression of arbitration’s best practices worldwide. These include the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration, (2010), the IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration (2004), which are currently under revision, and the IBA Guidelines on Drafting Arbitration Agreements (2010).

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